Cartridge Kodak No 3

Photo camera
Date of appearance: 1900
Trademark: Kodak
Manufacturer: Eastman Kodak Company (now Kodak Inc.)
Made in: Rochester, USA
Dimensions: 210 × 85 × 155 mm
Weight: 1,6 kg
Materials: aluminium, leather
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The No. 3 Cartridge Kodak Camera was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company from 1900 to 1907. It was constructed with an improved metal front mount, bed extensions, and a longer bellows compared to early No. 4 and No. 5 models. Designed to incorporate the simplicity of a cartridge system with adjustment features to accomplish a variety of tasks. Other features included locking rising front, Kodak automatic shutter, rapid rectilinear lens, aluminum construction with seal grain leather covering, two spirit levels, two brilliant finders, rack and pinion focusing adjustment. Capable of using glass plates or 12 exposures on No. 119 roll film without reloading, taking images 4 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches in size. Original price in 1905 was $20.00 to $55.50.

Cartridge Kodak No 3
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