The Agfa Billy-Clack (No. 74) is an inexpensive fixed focus folding camera with Art Deco styling influences. Agfa had been around in one form or another since 1867 and the camera product range was aimed largely at the mass amateur market. As a result the cameras often mirror those of it's larger competitor, Kodak. The Agfa Billy-Clack, is the equivalent of the Kodak Jiffy, both in performance, appearance and, to a degree, construction. Even the scissor strut folding mechanism is similar.
The Kodak Folding Brownie Six-20 or Kodak Six-20 Folding Brownie was a viewfinder folding camera for making 6x9cm exposures on type No. 620 film rolls. There were two models; the first was produced in the UK by Kodak Ltd from 1937-1940 and the second from 1948-1954. Lens & Shutter: fixed-focus Meniscus in Kodette II shutter or 100mm f6.3 Anaston focusing/Dakon.
The No. 1A Pocket Kodak was a folding camera with a pull out bed. It makes 2½×4¼" size exposures on type 116 film rolls. It was available in an "Autographic" version. It was manufactured from 1926 to 1932. From 1929-1932 it was available in the US in four colors: blue, grey, green and brown.
The Folding Pocket Kodak was a folding camera made by Eastman Kodak Co. Ltd., Rochester, from 1897-98. Frank Brownell was its designer. It took 2 1/4×3 1/4 exposures on Kodak 105 film rolls and had an Achromatic f/11 lens. The price was $10. The camera model had been renamed to Folding Pocket Kodak No. 1 to distinguish it from the newer Folding Pocket Kodak No. 1A. The No. 1 stood for the smallest format in Kodak's rollfilm exposure format portfolio: 1, 1A, 2, 2A, 3, and 3A.
The Rolleicord was a popular medium-format twin lens reflex camera made by Franke & Heidecke (Rollei) between 1933 and 1976. It was a simpler, less expensive version of the high-end Rolleiflex TLR, aimed at amateur photographers who wanted a high-quality camera but could not afford the expensive Rolleiflex. Several models of Rolleicord were made; the later models generally had more advanced features and tend to be valued higher in today's market.
3 Folding Pocket Kodak model F was a folding camera made by Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, from It had to be fed with Kodak No. The exposure format was 3 inches. It had a Rapid Rectilinear lense in a Kodak Ball Bearing Shutter.