The Kodak Bantam is a compact folding camera introduced by Kodak in 1935 and using type 828 film. This is a high-specification version with a f/6.3 …
The Konica I is a 35mm film rangefinder camera made in Japan by Konishiroku circa 1950. This is a Type Cs, identified by the Hexar 50mm f/3.5 lens set in a KONIRAPID-S shutter, providing speeds up to 1/500, and the embossed base of the camera that reads “Made in occupied Japan”. The lens has an unusual pull-out-and-lock design.
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