The Kodak Junior 620 was a self-erecting viewfinder folding camera for type No. 620 film rolls. It was made by the German Kodak AG branch of Kodak in the former Nagel factory in Stuttgart. Its design followed conceptions of earlier Nagel rollfilm folders like the Nagel Triumph:

self-erecting, Gauthier shutter, Anastigmat lens, brilliant finder plus collapsible frame finder, and focusable lens.

Not to be confused with the Kodak Junior Six-20 Series II, made in the USA as a variation of the KodakJunior Six-16, with Bimat lens.

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