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Kodak N°2 Brownie favori envoyer Print
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Manufactured in Grande-Bretagne from 1929 until 1933.
Index of rarity in France : Rare (among non-specialized garage sales)
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Kodak N°2 Brownie

The No. 2 Brownie began its career in 1901 at the same time as the roll film 120 that it was the first to use (Mac Keown's).
At that time, it was manufactured with wrapped cardboard. This production will evolve towards the end of the production period where the device is sheathed aluminum. The camera shown here is made of aluminum and is manufactured in the UK with a beautiful green coating. The English model is also available in red, brown, green, maroon, black and gray.
There is a single-speed shutter with a bulb exposure. A sliding strip lets you choose between three apertures without indicated value.
The two mirror viewfinders for vertical and horizontal framing are dark and precise aiming is very difficult.