Question about Instant Cameras
Need pictured step by step view of film threading on a no sound Kodascope sixteen-10 with 100-125 volts 1100 watts 1000 watt lamp max made in Rochester, N.Y. U.S.A. Eastman Kodak Company no. 18079
Depends on whether it looks like a toy or a camera with adjustable settings like aperture and shutter. I suggest taking it to a camera repair place if its a better model. They may be able to open it another way, then lubricate or replace the latch. If it has not been opened in a long time, it prolly needs Cleaned, Lubricated and Adjust. anyway. Who knows? After shutter speeds are tested & reset, you may be able to actually take pictures with it. Sounds like fun.
120 film is still available at camera stores and online.
Kodak made many that used 120 film, but I don't believe all carried the name Brownie.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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