No. 2 Folding Cartridge Hawkeye - Model C

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Cámara fotográfica Kodak No. 2 folding cartridge hawkeye c - cerrada
Cámara fotográfica Kodak No. 2 folding cartridge hawkeye c - abierta con fuelle cerrado
Cámara fotográfica Kodak No. 2 folding cartridge hawkeye c - detalle lente
Cámara fotográfica Kodak No. 2 folding cartridge hawkeye c - posición vertical
Cámara fotográfica Kodak No. 2 folding cartridge hawkeye c - detalle fuelle
Cámara fotográfica Kodak No. 2 folding cartridge hawkeye c - interior película
Cámara fotográfica Kodak No. 2 folding cartridge hawkeye c - placa
Cámara fotográfica Kodak No. 2 folding cartridge hawkeye c - manual
Cámara fotográfica Kodak No. 2 folding cartridge hawkeye c - imagen 3d

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1895, Kodak had launched its first portable bellows camera model, the Kodak Folding Pocket. After this, he launched several series of cameras of this type with different names and references.

These were cameras that offered the possibility of retracting its bellows and closing a cover to become a completely compact and portable object.

The name of this camera seems a bit long and complex. Each of its terms refers to a specific characteristic of it. For example, folding refers to a folding camera. The term cartridge indicates that it uses a film on a roll, in this case reference 120 that allows taking photofraphs in a 6x9 (6x9 centimeters) format, very appropriate for making enlarged copies of photographs from their negative. The word Hawkeye, refers to the technology used in its shutter, which had originally been developed by Blair Camera Co and then modified by Boston Camera Co. In this camera the model C of this type of shutter was used.

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