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Kodak Bantam Pocket Camera from 1936


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This is a cool little camera. It's a Kodak Bantam. The Bantam was first introduced in 1935. This model is after 1936 or based on patent numbers marked on it. It used the popular Kodak 828 film. The folding lens assembly gave a good focal length while allowing it to fold to a compact size.

This article gives details of how to recreate your own 828 film (Kodak stopped making it in the 1970s). It is also available to purchase new for about $15 per roll. The 828 format was a variant on 35mm film that gave a 28x40mm negative. There is a roll of exposed film in the camera. No telling if it could be developed after all this time, but one has to wonder what might be on it.

Interesting and cool looking camera.
  • Model: Antique-KodakBantamCamera-1936Ex
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