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Manufactured in Etats-Unis from 1912 until 1922.
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Kodak Premoette junior n°1

Traduction de Sylvain Halgand.

Premoette Junior are recognized with the fact that the flap does not open with 90° and that there is no rail to guide the bellows with the unfolding. The bellows must drawn with the hand and be blocked in one from the two former slits. The choice of the one of these two slits is a function of the distance from the subject to be photographed. The slit ahead is intended for the subjects located at less than 20 feet, the other slit on the more distant subjects.
The body of this camera is made of aluminum, covered with leather. The camera functions with pack-films. It was manufactured in 1911 and 1912. The name of the camera appears (with difficulty) on the handle.

Kodak Premoette junior n°1