No. 2C Pocket Kodak is a large format film folding bed camera made by Eastman Kodak and produced between 1926-32.

It uses roll 130 film and takes ten frames. It is designed with a standard folding bed for compactness and constructed of an aluminum body and covered with imitation leather. The metal parts were finished in nickel and black enamel. This camera was offered with three lens options:

Other features included a black bellows, autographic feature, worm screw focusing device, focusing scale, reversible brilliant finder, and two tripod sockets.


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