Super Kodak Six 20





Introduced in 1938. With a Kodak Anastigmat Special f/3.5lens and a built-in 8 speed shutter this camera uses 620 film in a 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 format.



Super Kodak Six 20. Designed by Walter Teague, this 1938 folding camera was the first to have a built-in light meter with automatic exposure control. It cost $225, which was expensive for the time (1938), and probably accounts for the fact that relatively few were sold.

 




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