Kodak Pony Lamp

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Kodak Pony Lamp

155.00

The Kodak Pony cameras are a series of Bakelite bodied small format cameras designed by Arthur H Crapsey for Kodak. They were slotted into the Kodak lineup between the roll film Brownie and the 35mm Signet series. Like the Brownie series cameras, the Pony cameras lack rangefinders and have simple viewfinders. Like the Signet series, they feature Kodak's better glass lenses, the 3 element Anastons and the four element Anastars (all with front element focusing). Also like the Signets, they have variable speed (except for the Pony II), manually cocked Kodak synchronized shutters. A shutter release/film advance interlock (with bypass switch) prevents double exposures. They all use 35mm film (again, like the Signets), though, technically, the Pony 828 uses roll film, albeit in 35mm width. Knobs are used for film advance and rewind. Similar Pony cameras, with Angenieux lenses, were made by Kodak France.

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