Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera

  • Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera
    Eastman Kodak enlarger # 2 Brownie Camera

enlarger Kodak No. 2 Brownie Camera enlarger Brownie Camera No. 2 in unused state. It comes in its original box and has never been mounted. It has a height of 53 cm when assembled. (See Photo.) Box dimensions 36 x 19 cm. enlarger Brownie camera B # 2 model, manufactured by Eastman Kodak. Daylight enlarger fixed focus. Printing 4 1/2 x 6 1/2"" from a negative 2 1/4 x 2 1/4"" . Actinómetro and he came with the instruction book in the original box Enlarger box-shaped box consist of, often pyramid shaped a negative holder at one end, a paper support at the other and a target in the middle. Often they called daylight enlarger which was normal lighting, but could also be used magnesium (flash) light gas or electric. The magnification ratio was generally fixed. Some models could accept two sizes with corresponding negative paper sizes. The best models were equipped with slides to hold paper, others were loaded into the dark room. There is usually a simple shutter.

Reference: #10667

  • Dating: 1900
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