Kodak Folding Brownie Six-20

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The Kodak Folding Brownie Six-20 and the Kodak Six-20 Folding Brownie are viewfinder folding cameras for making 2¼×3¼ inch exposures on No. 620 rollfilm. They were made by Kodak Ltd. in the UK.

The first model is named on the faceplate Folding Brownie Six-20 and was made from 1937-1940. It has a fixed-focus Meniscus lens in a Kodette II shutter. A Brilliant finder was an optional extra from 1938.[1].

The second model is labelled on the baseplate Six-20 Folding Brownie and was made from 1948-1954. The lens is a focusing 100mm f6.3 Anaston in a Dakon shutter with an ASA flash contact. There is a swinging cover over the red window on the back.


  1. Coe, Brian, Kodak Cameras - the First Hundred Years, Hove Foto Books, 1987 p.183-184