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This Kodak Duaflex was the first in the line of Duaflex cameras. Kodak marketed it from 1947 to 1950 when it was replaced by the Duaflex II. These cameras photographed many a baby boomer in their childhood. My mom had one.

It has a Kodet Lens and uses Kodak 620 film. The negatives are square 2.25x2.25 The box states its for black and white and full color Kodacolor photography. It has a large brilliant viewfinder of waist-level, reflex type. Made in Rochester, NY. It's in very good condition with no mechanical issues that Bob can see.

The camera has the original plastic lens cover and strap which are both in great shape. It also has the original box and instruction booklet, both in well-used condition The box has been taped quite a bit

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Reduced price Kodak Duaflex Camera Original Box and Instructions

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  • Vintage item from the 1940s
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