Manufactured between 1915 and 1926, the Eastman Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic strut folding camera is a great example of the quality mass produced models the company sold at that time.
The special autographic 127 film, unfortunately no longer available, allowed the photographer to draw notes directly onto the film via a small door using the stylus attached to the rear of the camera.
|Model||Vest Pocket Autographic|
|Year||1915 – 1926|
|Shutter||Ball bearing 3-blade|
|Speed||T, B, 25, 50|