Kodak No.1A Pocket Kodak (1926)

What is it? This is a No.1A Pocket Kodak folding camera made by the Eastman Kodak Company between the years of 1926 and 1932.  It used Autographic 116 film which allowed photographers to open a tiny door on the back of the camera and write notes about the exposure which would …

Zeiss-Ikon Icarette 500/15 (1930)

What is it? This is an Icarette 500/15 folding camera made by Zeiss-Ikon in Dresden, Germany around 1930.  It takes 116 roll film and shoots negatives that are 6.5cm x 11cm in size making it one of the largest roll film cameras.  This camera was most likely one of the …