Eastman Kodak No. 3A Autographic Special Camera

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Size (WxDxH): 10.5 x 5 x 2.25 inches
Material: Assorted Materials
Period: 1914-1934
Origin: Rochester, New York


Eastman Kodak, No. 3A, Autographic Kodak Special Camera made by the Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York. This would have been manufactured between 1914 to 1934. Made in U.S.A, the Kodak No. 3A Autographic is one of Kodak’s early folding cameras and was designed to take a variant of 122 format film, commonly known as the postcard format. Features included a black leather bellows, autographic feature, rising front, combination back, range finder, adjustable rack and pinion focus, focusing scale, reversible brilliant finder and two tripod sockets. The camera folds open by pressing the hidden button located on the handle side of the bottom plate. The 122 autographic allowed you to use the camera’s metal stylus to record information about the photograph you just took by opening the long window underneath the stylus holder on the rear panel of the camera and writing directly onto the margin of the negative via carbon transfer paper.