The Vest Pocket Kodak camera, or 'VPK' as it was usually known, was one of the most popular and successful cameras of its day. Over 2 million were sold before the model was discontinued in 1926. During the first decade of the 20th century there was a growing trend toward pocket-sized cameras The Vest Pocket Kodak cameras were a best-selling folding camera series made by Eastman Kodak (Rochester), from 1912 to 1935. They were the first cameras to use the smaller 127 film reels. Hawk-Eye versions of the Vest Pocket Kodaks were premium models, and the Special models had more sophisticated lens/shutter combinations , 2009 The VPK was a volume camera using 127 format roll film
Antique camera from the time of the first world war.please do check out my website if you get time! https://sites.google.com/site/reviewstohelpcouk/hom Antique Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic Camera 1913 Vintage Collectible Folding . $70.00. $9.90 shipping. or Best Offer. Antique 1913 Kodak No 1-A Eastman Co. Folding Pocket Camera Vintage Good Condit. $40.00. 0 bids. $12.00 shipping. Ending Jul 5 at 12:45PM PDT 4d 8h EASTMAN KODAK A-127 VEST POCKET AUTOGRAPHIC 1913 CAMERA WITH POUCH. The idea of a compact camera, small enough to slip conveniently into your pocket, may seem like a fairly recent innovation. However, like most things in photography, the idea has been around for a lot longer than you might think.One of the first and most successful compact.
Antique Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic Camera 1913 Vintage Collectible Folding . $69.99. $9.10 shipping. Kodak Folding Vest Pocket Camera Boy Scout Camera green art deco teague antique. $180.00. Free shipping. KODAK VEST POCKET AUTOGRAPHIC, BOXED, DEFECTIVE, PINHOLES, AS-IS/212008. $60.00 The Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic was a vest pocket strut folding camera advertised as The Soldier's camera during WWI, which added the Autographic feature to the 1912 Vest Pocket Kodak.It was manufactured by Kodak from 1915 to 1926. The camera back had an area through which notes could be written onto the paper backing of the special 127 film, a feature invented by Henry J. Gaisman c 1913 Conflict: First World War, 1914-1918: Description. Rectangular shaped Kodak Vest Pocket model Autographic camera. It has rounded ends, a white metal alloy body and has been finished in black. The lens housing is mounted to a blackened white metal plate which is connected by a chromed brass lattice to a collapsible, black paper bellows Vest Pocket Kodak (1912 - 1914) This 1912 Vest Pocket Kodak really fits in a vest pocket, or any other pocket. That is why it was a favorite of the soldiers of World War 1. It's not so easy to judge the camera size in the video, but it is quite small, measuring only 1 x 2 3/8 x 4 3/4inch (2.5 x 6 x 12 cm). It took pictures of 1 5/8 x 2 1/2 inch.
Vintage Kodak Folding Photo Camera 1913 Vest Pocket Collectible Camera BrillianceWrought 5 out of 5 stars (140) Sale Price $139.73 $ 139.73 $ 155.26 Original Price $155.26 (10% off) Add to Favorites Vintage Antique Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak Metal Folding Camera 1915 Soldier's Camera. Vest Pocket Kodak with broken strut. I investigated various options for manufacturing a new strut - the best method seemed to be having one laser-cut from 1mm steel but the minimum order cost was prohibitive and it was actually cheaper to buy another broken Vest Pocket Kodak on eBay and take the struts from that Picture taken with my Kodak Vest Pocket, built in 1912 or 1913, and rerapan 100 film of the very unusual 127 format. It's the only 127 film produced in the world, and that after some decades without any production at all. Even with the negative the difficulties didn't stop. I could not get it scanned due to the unusual format so I've taken a.
Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak Special 1915 White & Green Folding Camera. £149.28. Was: £165.87. £25.21 postage. or Best Offer First World War period Kodak Vest Pocket camera, with autographic pen and case. History note (Western Front) Embossed & engraved. On back: Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak U.S. PATENTS MAR.4.1902; MAY.6.1913 On support leg: 619437 On lens: Made by EASTMAN KODAK Co. ROCHESTER.N.Y. U.S.A. BALL BEARING PAT'O JAN.18.1910 JAN.7.1913 AUOTIME PAT.1908 12534 The Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak is a small compact camera with collapsible bellows, supported by scissor struts on each side. The version was introduced in 1915 when autographic film was introduced by Eastman Kodak. There were many design variations over the production period. Plate / Film Size The Vest Pocket Kodak is the same height as the Apple Iphone 5. When folded, the Vest Pocket Kodak is only slightly thicker than the Iphone 5. Shown at the right, is a Folding Pocket Kodak, No. 3. Kodak ads claimed that the Vest Pocket Kodak was always ready for the unexpected that is sure to happen
1912 - 1914 No. 1A Special Kodak 1909 - 1913 No. 1A Speed Kodak 1895 - 1896 No. 2 Brownie 1930 - 1933 No. 2 Beau Brownie (5 colors) 1912 - 1935 Vest Pocket Kodak Special (Snakeskin) 1925 - 1934 Vest Pocket KODAK, Model B 1940 - 1948 Vigilant Junior Six-16 & Vigilant Junior Six-2 The Vest Pocket Kodak is a small compact camera with collapsible bellows, supported by scissor struts on each side. The initial versions were fitted with square bellows rather than the more common chamfered bellows that were used from 1913 KODAK VEST POCKET AUTOGRAPHIC 127 CAMERA RAPID RECTILINEAR LENS #5390. C $74.97. Top Rated Seller. Top Rated Seller. Was: Previous Price. C $93.71 20% off
EASTMAN KODAK A-127 VEST POCKET AUTOGRAPHIC 1913 CAMERA WITH POUCH. The idea of a compact camera, small enough to slip conveniently into your pocket, may seem like a fairly recent innovation. However, like most things in photography, the idea has been around for a lot longer than you might think.One of the first and most successful compact. . 127 film camera. Continuation of the Vest Pocket camera, but with Autographic feature, which allowed photographers to sign a note on the top of the film (film was special too), which became visible after th Text has been impressed into this raised disc which reads 'U.S. PATENTS MAR 4 1902 MAY 6 1913' Fitted next to the disk is a raised, rectangular hinging panel that has been impressed with the text 'VEST POCKET AUTOGRAPHIC KODAK'. This rectangular panel covers and protects a window which is designed to be scribed onto using the attached steel. An early Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak, still with the Scribe fitted, folding Camera - dating from, c.1913. The last patent is dated May 6 1913. The camera was made by Kodak in Rochester USA. Please read the condition section as this forms part of the description The 1912 launch of the Vest Pocket Kodak sparked an unprecedented craze for photography. The Vest Pocket Kodak & the First World War by Jon Cooksey, is published by Ammonite Press, £7.99, ISBN 978-1781452790. Jon Cooksey is a military historian who has worked on radio and TV documentaries such as Heroes at War (BBC Radio 5 Live)
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Antique Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic Camera 1913 Vintage Collectible Folding at the best online prices at eBay The Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak is a small compact camera with collapsible bellow, supported by scissor struts on each side. The VPK Autographic Special, introduced in 1915 when the autographic film appeared, was a variant that had much better lenses but still used the same shutter as the standard model. However there are a number of variations
Arkku says:. Test photos taken with the Vest Pocket Kodaks attached to my DSLR. First with the 1913-1914 Vest Pocket Kodak with Kodak Anastigmat f/8: Kodak Anastigmat f/8 @ f/8 Kodak Anastigmat f/8 @ f/16 Then a simpler single-element lens design from a Vest Pocket Kodak Autographic (1915-1926) with a Kodak Meniscus lens: Kodak Meniscus @ ~f/6. . On the Autographic models, a stylus stored at the back of the camera allowed for marking negatives with information, dates, or titles. These cameras remained popular for decades, including many models marketed to soldiers and families for capturing memories during the World War I and II eras The Vest Pocket Kodak, though taking a very small picture, is nevertheless a thoroughly reliable instrument, and not at all dear at its price of £1 10s (£1.50). In 1915, the 'Autographic' Vest Pocket Kodak was introduced. In 1913 an American inventor, Henry Gaisman, had taken out a series of patents for a roll film with a thin carbon.
Launched in April 1912, the Vest Pocket Kodak was one of the world's first compact cameras. About the height and width of today's iPhone, it was small enough to fit into the pocket of a vest and became something of a craze on the eve of the war Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic Camera. This camera was made in 1913. It belonged to my grandfather. Very likely he took it with him when he went overseas to serve in The Great War, later known as World War I. This is a small camera that fits quite nicely into a pocket, as its name suggests Kodak vest pocket camera from circa 1913. VEST POCKET KODAK AUTOGRAPHIC MODEL CAMERA. VPK 1920s Vest Pocket Kodak Autograph Kodak Folding Bellows Kodak Film Camera Clipping Work Path in JPEG. Content active child in warm vest and yellow rubber boots with hands. Les meilleures offres pour VEST POCKET, autographic kodak, 1902-1913, ROCHESTER, 2 VEST POCKET KODAK, WW1 sont sur eBay Comparez les prix et les spécificités des produits neufs et d'occasion Pleins d'articles en livraison gratuite Kodak Vest Pocket cameras was produced between 1912 and 1935. It came in several different models: First model produced between 1912 and 1914 was the original Kodak Vest Pocket that had a simpel meniscus lens limited to apertures from 6.8 to 11. The next model was the very popular Autographic model produced between 1915 and 1926
The Kodak Vest Pocket Camera shoots a negative that yields an image similar in size to 645, but with a wider aspect ratio. Black-and-white film was easy to find, but the tricky part was getting hold of colour film—we eventually managed to find two rolls of slide film and one roll of colour negative The Ansco Vest Pocket was renamed Ansco Vest Pocket No. 0 upon introduction of the Ansco Vest Pocket Nos.1, 2 and 3. If the initials F.B.B. appear somewhere on an Ansco camera or shutter, the camera is a Folding Buster Brown. Ansco often used the letters V-P to refer to a Vest Pocket camera Kodak introduced 127 film in 1912 with the advent of the Vest Pocket Kodak. At the time it was considered to be a miniature format, but nevertheless soon achieved popularity because of the compact size of the cameras. Indeed, a Vest Pocket Kodak, when folded, is smaller than many 35mm cameras and not much bigger than some Advantix models A 127-rollfilm Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak Special camera no. 14348 with a Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar f/4.9 9cm. lens no. 573043 in a dial-set Compur shutter, in case. Details A 127-rollfilm Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak Special camera no. 14348 with a Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar f/4.9 9cm. lens no. 573043 in a dial-set Compur shutter, in case
Introduced in 1912, the Vest Pocket Kodak Camera was a small, simple, and inexpensive snapshot camera. Eastman Kodak employed the use of lazy-tongs in the construction of the Vest Pocket Kodak, a scissor arrangement that connected the front and back of the camera (Fig. 1) 127 is a roll film format for still photography introduced by Kodak in 1912.. The film itself is 46 mm wide, placing it between 35 mm and 120 medium format films in terms of size. The image format normally used is a square 4 cm × 4 cm. However, rectangular 4 cm × 3 cm and 4 cm × 6 cm are also standard Vest Pocket AUTOGRAPHIC Kodak Camera (Japan crystal crackle finish starts in 1920) 1915: 1926: 127: 10: Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic cameras: Vest Pocket AUTOGRAPHIC Kodak Special Camera: 1915: 1926: 127: 22.5: Vest Pocket Kodak Camera: 1912: 1914: 127: 12: Vest Pocket Kodak, Model B Camera (AUTOGRAPHIC) 1925: 1934: 127: 7.5: Vest Pocket. Vanity Kodak, Gloriously Colorful Kodaks. Vanity Kodak. Vanity Kodak. (1928-33) The Vanity Kodak was made from 1928 to 1933. It is a Vest Pocket Kodak Series III Camera in color: BLUE, BROWN, GREEN, GREY, and RED with matching colored bellows and satin-lined case. 4½ × 6cm exposures on 127 roll film. The original colored bellows were fragile.
No. 1 Folding Pocket KODAK Camera (Model D) (improved shutter 1/08) 1907: 1910: 105: 10.00: No. 1 Folding Pocket KODAK Camera (Model E) 1910: 1915: 105: 10.00: No. 1A Folding Pocket KODAK Camera (collapsing front) 1899: 1905: 116: 12.00: No. 1A Folding Pocket KODAK Camera Model B (folding front) 1905: 1906: 116: 12.00: No. 1A Folding Pocket. The Price. Brownie Kodak Film Tank, for use with No. 1, No. 2 and No. 2 Folding Pocket Brownie Cartridges, complete. $2.50. Vest Pocket Kodak Film Tank, for Vest Pocket Cartridges, complete. 2.50. 2½-inch Kodak Film Tank, for use with all Kodak or Brownie cartridges having a film width of 2½ inches or less, complete Media in category Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic cameras The following 27 files are in this category, out of 27 total
53 kodak 1a folding pocket 54 1913 kodak #2 folding autographic 55 1926 green kodak pocket camera 56 1908 conley 6x8 57 1915 r. b. graflex 23/4x31/4 58 kodak stereo #1 wirth extra lens 59 bell and howell colorist ii stereo 60 1912 ernemann stereo heag xii with film holders 61 1952 graflex 22 model 200 62 1930 kodak beau brownie 2 Popularly known as The Soldier's Camera, the best-selling strut-folding Vest Pocket cameras were manufactured by Eastman Kodak between 1912-1916. Our particular antique is at least a 100 years old and it will change the way you think of vintage cameras: measuring in at a sleek 12 cm x 6.2 cm, this camera was small enough to fit in a. Nearly two million Vest Pocket Kodaks were sold between 1912 and 1926—and much of the surviving photographic record of World War I from Western soldiers' point of view is thanks to the Vest Pocket Kodak—but autographic film never became as popular as George Eastman hoped, and was discontinued in 1932
The Kodak Vest Pocket Authographic. This was broken and to discard in an antique store and I bought it for $ 5. I discovered that the diaphragm worked, and it shut! I restored it by removing the original paint (and the corrossion on the aluminum surface) and repainting it with silver spray paint. All copper surfaces were polished and the lens cleaned inside. The bellows supports, somewhat. Colt 1908 Vest Pocket Model Hammerless, Cal. .25 ACP, 1913 Vintage, High Polish Blue**SOLD**. Description: The Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket was manufactured from 1908 to 1946. The small pistols were fitted with a 2 inch barrel, fixed sights, checkered hard rubber grips on early models, walnut on later, a 6 round magazine, color case hardened.
rare vintage 1921 eastman kodak a-127 vest pocket autographic special camera This magnificent camera The Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak was a version advertised as Soldier's camera during WWI ! Vest Pocket Autographic Special models are equipped with selected quality f/7.7 lenses of Kodak This variation of the Kodak Vest Pocket was possibly made as a special variation or prototype for review. It came in snakeskin, green, and alligator skin (pictured here). They all have matching hardware and nameplates, along with the small size and power of the regular Vest Pocket camera. Details. Title: Vest Pocket Kodak Series III Real hi-tech. well it was once It's the Vest Pocket Kodak Autographic Kodaks Vest Pocket cameras were a best-selling folding camera series made by Eastman Kodak produced from
A few quick facts about the Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak; a folding style 127 camera, it was made for about ten years- 1915 to the mid 20's. They made a regular Vest Pocket then added an 'autographic feature' which meant it has a little door on the back that allows access to the backing paper so one could write a note All Kodak Films are distinguished bv the numbers on the ends of the ci,rtons. The number is also on the cartridge, and on the Kodak. L 127 is the number of film for the Vest Pocket Kodak, Model B. Autographic Film can be used in the earlier moiiels of cameras, and N.C. film can be used in Autographic Kodaks Features. Single meniscus lens about 75mm 1:11. Three blades, Kodak ball bearing shutter, 1/25, 1/50 B and T. Fixed focus ~1.8m to infinity. 8, 4x7cm, exposures on 127 film. Folding bellows in trellis struts. Autographic window and stylus. Size and weight: 67x121x30mm, 316g. Pulling the lens plate all the way, about 70mm, it clicks and stays. Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak camera, 1915-1920. Courtesy of the Katikati Heritage Collection, Ref. 0070. In April 1912 Eastman Kodak Ltd produced a new folding camera, the Vest Pocket Kodak, which used a new 127 format roll film on a metal spool, specifically designed to be a handy, compact alternative to larger folding cameras using 120 film Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic (Trellis) Rapid Rectilinear Lens, With Stylus (Black Enamel) Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic (Trellis) Rapid Rectilinear Lens, With Stylus (Black Enamel) Keh Model# 227755 . Compare Model Add to Wish List. Share. $0.00. Skip to the end of the images gallery
Vest Pocket Kodak Model B. This camera, from around 1930, has an Autographic back and a single speed shutter. An unusual feature is the rotating wheel on the left side of the shutter housing which allows different aperture stops to be chosen, a feature also seen on the very similar Vest Pocket Hawkeye and the Brownie Pliant. The apertures. Information page about the Vest Pocket KODAK - Model B Camera - AUTOGRAPHIC. It was produced from 1925 until 1934. The original price was 7.5. This camera uses 127 format film. | The Kodak Lis luisalegria wrote: Very nice little cameras. The shutter lasts forever on these, so it may be functional. The only problem is film (Kodak 127) There was a time recently when there was a vogue to mount these Vest Pocket Kodak lenses on DSLR bellows because they were supposed to have a unique effect