Kodak Large Format
Modern Commissary is always on the lookout for heirlooms both in the form of traditionally treasured objects and unusual pieces that inspire second looks. This new collection features a hodgepodge of mid-century selections including glassware chevron knit blankets acupuncture anatomical charts typewriters cameras for vintage-loving shutterbugs and more. Whether functional or purely meant for display purposes each vintage object was chosen for its ability to attract and intrigue."
Includes a plate folding bellows camera with a leather case and handle, external range finder, and ground glass. This camera was made between 1932-40 in Stuttgart, Germany. The German camera designer, Dr. Nagel, ran Stuttgart Nagel-Werke until Kodak bought it and turned it into Kodak AG. Film type and picture size: L 3.5" W 2.55" (L 6.5cm, L 9cm). Lens: Kodak Anastigmat 105mm f4.5 (4.5-32), focal range: 4 ft. to infinity, filter size: Accepts Series VI with the 1 ¼" (31.5mm) slip-on adapter. Shutter: Compur. Shutter speeds: T, B, 1/10-250. Viewfinder: Popup wire frame finder plus angled mirror finder. This vintage product is in fair, "as found" condition. Camera untested.Country of Origin: VI
Material: Metal, Leather, Glass
Care: Dust when needed.