Kodak Brownie

No. 2 Model E

  • 120 Film
  • 1919
  • Miniscus Lens
  • Rotary Shutter
  • First 120 film camera
  • Leatherette covered cardboard body
  • Made in Canada and the USA

Carl Zeiss Jena Werra 1

  • 35mm Film
  • 1955-1956
  • Zone Focus
  • Zeiss 50/2.8 Tessar Lens (fixed)
  • Twist ring on lens barrel advances film
  • Made in East Germany

Zeiss Box-Tengor 

Model 54/2

  • 120 Film
  • 1931-1938
  • Doublet Lens
  • Shutter Lock
  • Adjustable Apertures
  • Leatherette covered metal body
  • Made in Germany
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Carl Zeiss Jena

Werra 3

  • 35mm Film
  • 1956-1963
  • Rangefinder
  • Interchangeable lenses
  • Carl Zeiss Jena 50/2.8 Tessar Lens 
  • Carl Zeiss Jena 35/f2.8 Flektogon Lens
  • Twist ring on lens barrel advances film
  • Made in East Germany
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Kodak Jiffy II 

Six-20

  • 620 Film
  • 1937-1948
  • Twindar Lens
  • Time and instantanious shutter 
  • Adjustable Apertures
  • Foot support for timed exposures
  • 8 images per roll
  • Made in Canada
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Imperial Satellite

127

  • 127 Film
  • 1961-1964
  • Eye level viewfinder
  • Plastic Lens
  • Two aperture settings: Color or B&B
  • 12 images per roll
  • Made in Chicago Illinois by Herbert George Co.
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Lomography Lomokino

  • 35mm Film
  • 144 frames per 36 exp roll
  • Handcrank
  • 25mm lens
  • Aperture f/5.6, f/8, f/11 
  • Shutter speed 1/100
  • Pop-up Viewfinder
  • Makes movies from 5-30 seconds
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Pentax Program Plus

  • 35mm film
  • Programmed automatic exposure (KA lenses only)
  • First introduced in 1984
  • Pentax-A 50mm f/1.7 standard lens
  • Four exposure modes

Minolta XG-1

  • 35mm film
  • Second to appear in the XG series in 1979
  • Rokkor Lenses
  • Self timer light
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