Kodak Six-20 Portrait Brownie
|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". 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.