Baby Camera - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Baby Camera

1930s

Lens:
Meniscus, fixed aperture.

Shutter:
Simple pivoted blade, T setting only.

Construction:
Paper covered cardboard body.

Format:
28 x 46 mm film held in paper dark slides.

Focusing:
Fixed.

Attributes:
Reflecting finder. Ground glass focusing screen fixed at the back of the camera.

With:
Two film holders with film. Packet of printing paper. Part of box.

Baby Camera

1930s

Image of Baby Camera

Lens:
Meniscus, fixed aperture.

Shutter:
Simple pivoted blade, B setting only.

Construction:
Paper covered cardboard body.

Format:
28 x 46 mm film held in paper dark slides.

Focusing:
Fixed.

Attributes:
Reflecting finder. Ground glass focusing screen fixed at the back of the camera.

With:
One film holder. Instructions for Super Camera.

These very simple cameras, often referred to as Yen cameras, were produced in Japan from the 1930s. There were several different varieties all of similar specification.

The Kodak

No. 3 Kodak

No 4 Kodak Junior

No. 2 Bulls-eye Kodak

Pocket Kodak

Quick Focus Kodak

The Brownie

No.1 Brownie

No.2 Brownie

No.2A Brownie

No.0 Brownie

No.2 Cartridge Hawkeye

Portrait Hawkeye No.2

Six-20 Brownie

Popular Brownie

Hawkeye Major

Six-16 Brownie

Beau Brownie

Baby Box

Box Tengor

Erabox

Agfa

Ensign Box-Form

Ensign Cadet

APeM

Puck

Imperial Portrait Camera

No. 2 Camera

Modern No. 2 Camera

Supreme De Luxe

Warwick

Varsity Camera

Coronet

Box Carbine

J-B Ensign

E29

All-Distance Ensign

Ensign All-Distance 20

May Fair

Baby Brownie

Baby Hawkeye

Brownie 127

Brownie 127

Brownie Cresta

Brownie 44A

Brownie Reflex

Duaflex

Instamatic

ISO Rapid

Pocket Instamatic

Kodak Disc

Ful-Vue

Coronet Popular Twelve

No. 2 Film-Pack Hawk-Eye

Little Nipper

B-P Criterion

Baby Camera

Wonder Camera