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Kodak Duaflex II Camera with Case 1950s

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Manufactured between 1947–1960, Kodak’s Duaflex was designed to imitate the Rolleiflex Twin-lens Reflex in shape but without a true reflex finder. The bodies were made of Bakelite with metal fittings and trim.

This Kodak Duaflex II has an adjustable focusing ring and aperture setting (f8 ‘Hazy Sun’ to f16 ‘Bright Sun’). Although made for 620 size film, we have heard that it can be adapted for 120 or 35mm. film. And due to the large viewfinder, it is suitable for Through the Viewfinder photography or TtV (see 5th photo). An internet link to download the original instruction manual can be provided.

Though there is some oxidization around the base of the shutter button (see 3rd photo), this camera is in good vintage condition. The shutter fires but the camera is untested so is sold ‘as is’. The interior is clean and the lens unscratched. There is a 620 film spool inside.

It comes with the original brown case, but part of the back flap is torn off (see 4th photo).
Measures: 6-1/2" high with finder hood up.

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Kodak Duaflex II Camera with Case 1950s

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: bakelite, plastic, glass, leather
  • Only ships within United States.
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