No.2A Brownie - Antique and Vintage Cameras

No.2A Brownie

Model B

1911

Eastman Kodak Co.

Rochester

USA

Image of No.2A Brownie

Lens:
Meniscus lens. Three sliding stops.

Shutter:
Spring powered sector, T & I settings.

Construction:
Cardboard body.

Format:
2 " x 4 " exposures on 116 roll-film.

Focusing:
None.

Attributes:
Two reflecting view-finders. Film advance indicated by red window.

Identification:
Bar-type film advance handle.

Model C

1930

Kodak Ltd

London

England

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Lens:
Meniscus lens. Three sliding stops.

Shutter:
Spring powered sector, T & I settings.

Construction:
Metal body, leatherette covered.

Format:
2 " x 4 " exposures on 116 roll-film.

Focusing:
None.

Attributes:
Two brilliant view-finders. Film advance indicated by red window.

Identification:
Bar-type film advance handle.

The 2A was introduced in 1907, several versions were produced. The change from cardboard to metal body was with the model C in 1924. Production in the UK started in 1930. The camera was available in different colours.

References & Notes:
BJA 1908, p. 769. BJA 1910, p. 96. BJA 1933, p. 18. Coe, Kodak Cameras.


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