For September, I chose the Kodak Brownie No.2, Model F loaded it with Kodak Ektar 100. The Kodak Brownie No. 2, Model F was introduced in 1924. It’s a simple metal box camera covered in leatherette, which makes it a little more durable than some of the earlier Brownies that were made of cardboard. It featured a Meniscus lens and a rotary shutter clocking a shutter speed of 1/50thof a second.
The Kodak Brownie was the first camera to use 120 roll film, which early Brownie’s even referred to as “Cartridge Film”. My favorite image this month was of a small sailboat that had just launched onto the lake at Kiser Lake State Park. We spent the weekend camping here, testing out a new roof top tent I purchased for our Jeep. I hope you enjoy it!
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