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Kodak 35 Rangefinder Film Camera Sample Photos

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Film Size: 135
Marketed: 1940 to 1951
Lens Mount: Fixed
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Richard Guillis13-Dec-2004 01:47
Kodak 35.
My dad bought one in 1942. It became mine in 1959, and was my only camera until December 1967. It only had Kodak slide film run through it by me. It was working in 1980 when it went into a private camera museum in Ventura, California. A strong and solid camera that surived some rough treatment. There are photos from it in three of my galleries. rhg

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