The Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic was a "vest pocket" strut folding camera advertised as "The Soldier's camera" during WWI, which added the Autographic feature to the 1912 Vest Pocket Kodak. It was manufactured by Kodak from 1915 to 1926. The camera back had an area through which notes could be written onto the paper backing of the special 127 film, a feature invented by Henry J. Gaisman. It had a Kodak Anastigmatic f/7.7 lens.


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