Kodak Six-20 Portrait Brownie

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The UK-made Six-20 Portrait Brownie by Kodak Ltd. took 620 film, and had a pull-out slide for a portrait lens. It was introduced in 1936 and discontinued in 1940. The Brownie Camera Page says this portrait lens "works quite well".[1] It is an attractive model in the "art deco" style popular at the time. While 620 film is no longer manufactured, there are various solutions for those wishing to use a 620 camera (see page on film for further details), additionally some specialists can provide it.

It should not be confused with Kodak No. 2 Portrait Brownie, a different camera which took 120 film.

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