Camera from Kodak New for Old collection

Made:
1960-1969 in Hong Kong
maker:
Dixons

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Prinz Candide Model 400 camera in case

This camera is part of the New for Old collection, named after the camera exchange scheme ran by the Kodak company. Through this scheme, customers received a price reduction for a new camera in exchange for an old one. The collection represents a range of 20th century camera types from early box brownies and folding roll film cameras through to Polaroid cameras and Kodak tele-instamatics. A diverse group of manufacturers are represented in the collection, from around the world.

Details

Category:
Photographic Technology
Object Number:
1984-1741/123
Materials:
glass, metal (unknown) and plastic (unidentified)
Measurements:
overall: 90 mm x 115 mm x 60 mm, .174 kg
type:
camera
credit:
Kodak Museum