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Kodak Brownie No. 2 (Model F) - 1924
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• First camera to use 120 film

• $2.75 in 1924 ($35 in 2010 dollars)

Kodak introduced 30 film types between 1895 and 1916, numbers 101 through 130 (the numbers themselves weren't assigned until 1913). Number 120, which could image 8 photos 2¼x3¼, is the only type still with us. The Brownie No. 2 is the camera introduced with type 120.

Model F was the first in aluminum; the preceding models were cardboard. Mine is in amazingly good shape and looks almost new.

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