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    Posted 6 years ago

    lndrozdenko
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    My Uncle Fred was the photographer in the family. He would always be taking 8mm videos. Thanks to him, we transferred those films onto DVD and we can enjoy hours of old memories!! This was one of his cameras. I do not know much about it. It does have the original box but, to me, it looks as if something is missing in the inside of the camera - beside's the film that is! Any thoughts??

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    1. rniederman rniederman, 6 years ago
      The Kodak Junior Six-16 appears in Kodak catalogs from 1935 to 1937. This is the U.S. version as opposed to variations made for the U.K. and German markets. It shoots 8 pictures in the 2½ x 4¼ inch format on No. 616 Kodak film. All models were covered with black morocco-grain material. This camera sold for $12.00 with a basic Kodak Doublet Lens. (There was a higher grade lens option but this isn’t that camera.) And the inside of the camera looks okay ... cameras are simply ‘dark-chambers’ to allow an image to be projected on some type of material (i.e. film).
    2. lndrozdenko lndrozdenko, 6 years ago
      Thank you so much rniederman for sharing your knowledge about this camera. I just thought the inside looked so empty that something must fallen out of it!! What do I know!! Once again, I appreciate your help.
    3. lndrozdenko lndrozdenko, 6 years ago
      Thank you GeodeJem for your like and
      Roycroftbooksfromme1 and kerry10456kerry10456 thank you for your loves
    4. lndrozdenko lndrozdenko, 6 years ago
      Thank you for your love petey!
    5. GeodeJem GeodeJem, 6 years ago
      To check to see if the bellows aren't damaged, find a darkened room and shine a torch up the bellows, if light escapes from the bellows then your camera needs attention.
    6. lndrozdenko lndrozdenko, 6 years ago
      Thank you GeodeJem for your expertise. The camera is in remarkable condition. There does not appear to be any light escaping. Thanks again! I appreciate all your help :-)
    7. lndrozdenko lndrozdenko, 6 years ago
      Thank you Racer4four, petey and Blunderbuss2 for your loves and GeodeJem and rneiderman for your likes :)

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