Folding cartridge premo 2C

Folding Cartridge Premo No. 2C is a large format folding bed camera manufactured by Eastman Kodak and produced between 1917 and 1923.

It uses cartridge roll 130 film and takes ten frames. It has an achromatic meniscus lens and the Kodak Ball Bearing Shutter with cable release. It was also offered with an optional Rapid Rectilinear lens. It is made of metal for rigidity, with nickel and black enamel finish and a black leather bellows. The body is covered in a high grade black imitation leather. Other features include a positive lock focus adjustment, waist level brilliant reversible viewfinder, and two tripod sockets.


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