Kodak Six-16 Brownie Junior
|Manufacturer||:||Kodak - US|
|Produced||:||1934 - 1942|
|Image Size||:||2½ x 4¼ in|
|Focus Range||:||10ft to inf|
|Shutter Speeds||:||T,I(1/50 sec)|
|Size (w x h x d)||:||90 x 138 x 141 mm|
Art Deco Credentials
Iconic: Famous, well-known and celebrated
- Produced during the main Art Deco period;
- Geometric Art Deco front panel;
- Chrome finder surrounds
- Chrome winder, and strap posts;
- Octagonal winder bezel
- Symmetrical face.
The Kodak Six-16 Brownie Junior is a box-type camera from the 1930s. The facade has a strong symmetrical geometric pattern. The body is metal and covered in leatherette. It has two reflecting brilliant finders.
How to Use
This camera takes uses 616 film which is not available anymore except as expired films. This means that the camera needs modification to take 120 film. Modification is fairly straight forward and will easily give 5 'panoramic' exposures producing 2¼ x 4¼ inch negatives. Check out my page on 'Conversion of a 616 camera to take 120 film'.
For exposure settings, follow the info given for the Kodak Six-20 Brownie Junior