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The Six-20 Target Hawk-Eye is a box camera taking 6x9cm images on 620 film. Made c.1933[1] by Kodak in Rochester, NY. It has a B/T shutter and two apertures, the smaller set by raising a slider on the top edge of the front plate.

For loading, the winding key is pulled out, the front strap mounting pin is raised and the cardboard body slides off of the metal front plate and film carrier.

  1. Chuck Baker's Brownie Camera


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