Six-20 Kodak (Art Deco)

The Six-20 Kodak can be considered the baby sister to the Six-16. This Art Deco version is virtually identical to the Six-16 except for the size. The art deco trim is continued on the inside folding struts. Although 620 film is no longer manufactured, it is the exact same size as 120 film which is readily available and can be rewound on the thinner 620 spool. The manually focused anastigmat lens would have produced a high quality image for that period.

    • 1932 - 1937 Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York
    • Kodak Anastigmat Lens 100mm f6.3 - f32 lens
    • No. 0 Kodon Shutter - T, B, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100
    • 620 Roll Film
    • Art Deco trim