1933, Kodak Six-16 Folding Hawk-Eye, Roll Film Camera


Kodak Six-16 Folding Hawk-Eye, 616 Roll Film Camera
Beautiful Kodak, Six-16 self-erecting type, 616 Hawkeye model, Roll Film Camera uses a 616 film which produced wide panoramic photos.
Made by Eastman Kodak of Rochester N.Y.
Has a Kodex No.1 H-E Shutter, and a Kodak Anastigmat f:6.3, 126 mm lens.
There are some articles on the web that say you can convert these cameras to use a 120 film.
This camera still has a roll of 616 film, on picture #3 inside the camera, we are unsure of the condition of the film although would be fun to see what’s on the pictures.

Circa, 1933-34.
Measures, 7½” 3¼” x 1½” closed.
Condition, As found nice and clean, some wear on outer leather case, small dent on back of case. (please zoom into pictures).
Please see all photos as they are part of the description.

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