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Eastman Kodak 122

Uploaded by: fotomacc

Wednesday September 19, 2012

Auckland, New Zealand

Caption: I was discussing old cameras with WurzelDave the other day and said I would post some images of my old 122 camera. It was an Autographic and the youngest patent date on it is August 28, 1917. When you opened it up, the bellows came out on a sort of railway track.

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Manufacturer: NIKON

Model: COOLPIX P510

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7. fotomacc
8:48 AM GMT on September 20, 2012
You are so right Bernard. They say there are more photos than ever being taken - and fewer being looked at. (Perhaps who ever said that did not know any Wunderground people.)

Thank you Delana. I'm glad you found them interesting.

Mark, you almost expect to hear it going choo choo choo.

Elaine, those were the days. My first two cameras were box Brownies. Those, and this, were my only Kodaks. After the Brownies I went to a 120 Agfa. From it I moved to 35mm.
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6. Biskitten
5:20 PM GMT on September 19, 2012
Great ol' Kodak!
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5. noneinc
5:03 PM GMT on September 19, 2012
Funny the bellows come out on rails. It kind of resembles a steam engine.
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4. CalicoBass
11:02 AM GMT on September 19, 2012
Love this John and the series!
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3. Hotzenwaelder
10:51 AM GMT on September 19, 2012
In those days you took fewer pictures in a year than you now take in a week. So much for the good old days.
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2. fotomacc
10:28 AM GMT on September 19, 2012
Yep. In 1917 it was the latest thing. And no one spoke about megapixels.
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1. Kennebunker
10:22 AM GMT on September 19, 2012
Way cool - and to think this was one up-to-date technology!
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What a great place our world is, and what better place to get to see it than here at WunderPhotos. Thank you every one for sharing your scenes with us all. I hope to share with you some images from New Zealand. I hope you enjoy them. Please forgive me if I do not comment frequently on your images : so many photos - so little time.

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