No. 1A Pocket Kodak, Series II (Oct, 1925)

No. 1A Pocket Kodak, Series II

The Lens:
Kodak Anastigmat f·7·7 lens is a sharp-shooter—it puts keen definition in the negative. Result, snappy prints—and enlargements when you want them.

The Shutter:
The Eastman-made Diomatic shutter has four snap-shot speeds up to 1/100 second as well as time and bulb actions, and these speeds are accurate. This precision, plus the presence of the automatic exposure dial which gives the proper timing at a glance, means correctly exposed negatives.

No. 1A Pocket Kodak, Series II
With the equipment as described above, you can count on sharp, properly timed pictures that would satisfy an expert. And to work the camera is simplicity itself. For example, as you open it up the lens springs into picture-making position. See it at your dealer’s.

Pictures 2-1/2 x 4-1/4. Price $26
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y., The Kodak City

  1. Laura says: January 13, 200912:51 am

    I found one of these with some old pictures my family has had forever. its in great condition except for an orange disc in the bottom left corner of the back. i wonder if you can still find film for these

  2. Toronto says: January 13, 20091:24 am

    It’s most likely a Kodak 120 roll film camera, and yes, it’s still made. I’d “bracket” my shots by shutter speed unless you know the shutter to be half reasonably accurate.

    If you have a really good film/photo shop nearby, you might be able to talk them into loading it, if you don’t want to learn how (such as if you just want to shot a roll for the fun of it.)

    Is the orange disk the window that shows you the exposure number on the back of the film?

  3. jack says: February 15, 200911:38 pm

    It is a 116 roll film camera.

  4. Erin says: April 25, 200912:54 am

    I own one very similar to this. I think mine only has a top shutter speed of 1/50 though… Do you know how to load film in it? I’ve been trying to figure it out with no luck. Thanks!

  5. Rob Mitchell says: May 12, 20091:50 pm

    I acquired one of these camera’s today. The serial is 27444. How do I figure out what year it is from? Thanks

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