No 4 folding Kodak, improved model

1893-1897 in New York

Folding box/bellows camera for rollfilm or plates 4 x 5 inch. Fitted with a Bausch and Lomb universal lens F: 7 1/2 inch US 4-256. Interchangeable front and rear elements to convert W/A lens F: 4 1/2 inch US 16-128. Bausch and Lomb diaphragm shutter 1/2/3 sec 2/5/25/50/100/T, pneumatic release valve. Lens and shutter on a bayonet mount. Sliding rising cross front, drop front and swing back. Ground glass focusing screen. Roll holder missing. With 3 wooden double dark slides, rotating reflecting finder, compartment under lid for spare lens elements. No 8147. Eastman Kodak Co, 1893-1897.


Photographic Technology
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glass, wood
folding camera
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford

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