[rollei_list] Re: OT:Kodak Pocket 1A Autographic

Thanks Marc for the info!. The lens has no data, in general it means
it is a meniscus lens, Kodak anastigmat lenses always have name and
data, it could be that my camera lost the ring with the data, but I
have seen a lot of old Kodak cameras without lens data, the lens is
always a menuscus for these cases. There is the number "2906" close to
the lens-shutter.

Carlos

2010/7/18 Marc James Small <marcsmall@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
> At 10:54 AM 7/18/2010, CarlosMFreaza wrote:
>>I bought a Kodak Brownie and a Kodak Pocket 1A Autographic two years
>>ago because I like old roll film Kodak cameras, the Brownie uses 620
>>film and I think to try it some day, the 1A uses 116 film, it no
>>longer exists .
>
> 116 film can be had at Film for Classics, Carlos.  Be of good cheer!
>
> What is the lens on this Kodak camera?
>
> Marc
>
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> Cha robh bàs fir gun ghràs fir!
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