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Kodak Ltd. London was the later name of the British branch of Eastman Kodak Co.. It was incorporated in 1889 as Eastman Photographic Materials Company, Limited, in London, England. In 1891 it opened a factory in Harrow near London. It made cameras as well as photo paper, photochemicals and other accessories.

cameras[edit | edit source]

plate[edit | edit source]

  • Kodak S1 Mark11 (view camera with long bellows)

35mm[edit | edit source]

120 film[edit | edit source]

620 film[edit | edit source]

126 film[edit | edit source]

See the Instamatic page for a more comprehensive list of Instamatic cameras.

127 film[edit | edit source]

116 film[edit | edit source]

616 film[edit | edit source]

828 film[edit | edit source]

110 film[edit | edit source]

See the Instamatic page for a list of 110 Instamatics, many made by Kodak Ltd.

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