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Kodak Pony II
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[manufactured 1957-1962] (Creation)
- Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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1 piece of photographic equipment : camera ; 14 x 7 x 7.8 cm
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Donated by John Storey to Kodak Canada Inc. Transferred to Ryerson University Library Special Collections with Kodak Canada Corporate Archives and Heritage Collection.
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Item is a small hand held camera with a black plastic body and metal fittings, a Kodak Anastar Lens f3.9 ( 44mm) and a single shutter speed. A plaque on verso indicates correct exposures for certain weather conditions for Kodacolor film in place of traditional f/stops that slides out to be interchangeable with other exposure guides. On top, handwritten in pencil on the metal casing reads: "36". Made for use with Kodak 135 film. Serial no. 488071.
Good. Some scuffing on top of casing, a few possible rust stains on lens.
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Kodak Canada Corporate Archives and Heritage Collection
Digital images are provided by Ryerson University Archives & Special Collections for the purposes of research and private study. The user assumes all responsibility for possible copyright infringement arising from the unauthorized copying or use of the images.
From the Kodak Canada Heritage Museum collection.
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