No. 3 Kodak - Antique and Vintage Cameras

No. 3 Kodak

1889

Eastman Kodak Co.

Rochester

USA

Image of No. 3 Kodak

Lens:
5 ⅝" B&L Universal.

Shutter:
B&L sector shutter, self-capping, string set.

Construction:
Leather covered wood body.

Format:
60, 100 or 250 , 4 " x 3 " exposures on darkroom loaded roll-film.

Focusing:
Rack and pinion to 6 feet.

Attributes:
Two reflecting view-finders.
Film advance indicated by index line. As the film is advanced a roller puts punch marks at the top and bottom of the film.
Tripod socket.

Serial Number:
356 .

Notes:
The number 356 is impressed in the leather, 157 is written in pencil inside the camera.

With:
Roll of film.

The method of attaching the handle differs between models. After 1892 an exposure counter was fitted in place of the index line. Discontinued in 1897.

References & Notes:
Kodak Cat. 1894, p. 16. Coe, Kodak Cameras, p. 12.


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