Kodak Recomar 18

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In 1932 Kodak acquired the Nagel camera works of Stuttgart, Germany, including their existing camera lines. The former Nagel 18 precision 2¼×3¼ plate camera was renamed the Recomar 18. Production continued to 1940. The f/4.5 Kodak-Anastigmat or Schneider Xenar lenses, lensboard shifts, and long bellows extension were all desirable features.

A larger version of this same design is the Kodak Recomar 33.