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This camera is in OK vintage condition. The view finder glass has fallen into the camera and it also has a little trouble completely closing as you can see in the pictures. It can completely close but you have to push it in and maneuver the closing mechanism a little. Everything else is great though, bellows are in nice shape and there are not many scratches on the camera despite it's age. Due to these circumstances this camera is being sold as a decorative piece. I did not attempt to open it or try to fix it.

It is a wonderful looking camera and would look excellent on a shelf or a bookcase.

****Camera is being sold at a reduced price due to it's cosmetic condition***

Camera Specs:
Six 16: 616 roll, picture size: 6.5x11cm
Six 20: 620 roll, picture size: 6x9cm
Engraving on the back cover opening catch: Six 16 or Six 20, Jiffy Kodak, Series II, Made in USA by Eastman Kodak Co. Rochester, N.Y.
Lens: Twindar (Periscopic), 105mm f/8 filter slip-on
Aperture: two, f/8, f/11 (some cameras have f/16 also), sets by a pull-out tab on the left of the front plate
Focus range: 5-10 feet +inf
Focusing: manual front focusing, there are two extreme stops, 5 to 10 feet and Beyond 10 feet
Shutter: simple spring rotary shutter, one speed, I instant 1/50 (1/25?) and T time, setting lever on the top of the front plate
Cocking lever and Shutter release: by the same lever, for instant press once, aperture hole opens and closes
Viewfinder: two reflecting bright finders
Bellows: single extension, strut folding, self opening
Front plate and bellows opening: by a silver knob on the right side of the camera; closing: press outwards the struts
Back cover: Hinged, opens by a latch on top of the camera, with a red window w/ a lid
There is a sticker inside of the back cover: Use Kodak 616 or 620 film
Tripod socket: none
Hand grip lugs
Camera leg: swivelling for vertical and horizontal standing, beneath the front plate
Body: metal, leatherette covered; Weight: 753g

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SALE - Kodak Camera Jiffy Six 16 - Display


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: camera, kodak
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 504 reviews
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