The Teddy Camera is a stamped-metal box camera, made c.1924 by the Teddy Camera Company of Newark, NJ. The camera came with a set of sensitized cards, and made 2" x 3½" prints, developed on-the-spot within a tubular developing tank which attached to the bottom

The Teddy Camera is a stamped-metal box camera, made by the Teddy Camera Company of Newark, NJ. The camera came with a set of sensitized cards, and made x prints, developed on-the-spot within a tubular developing tank which attached to the bottom.

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I’ve had this Piccolette Contessa-Nettel (1926-ish) folding camera for ages. Its been a great piece of photo history sitting on my shelf. Was curious if it could make pictures again, so I hacked it onto my 5D. Here are the results.

A 1919 Piccolette Contessa-Nettel folding camera modified to fit onto a Canon MII camera. Jason Bognacki put a 1919 folding camera to the front of his Canon Mark II and the shots are great!

Kodak Brownie Fiesta by Smile Mercantile @ Uncovet  //  Vintage Camera - Kodak Brownie Fiesta, 60s Mod, with Flash and Box

Kodak Brownie Fiesta by Smile Mercantile @ Uncovet // Vintage Camera - Kodak Brownie Fiesta, Mod, with Flash and Box

Circa 1920. Kodak accordian folding camera

Kodak Folding Camera

Kodak Folding Camera America circa 1920 Kodak accordion folding camera with black case. Kodak is still around today making cameras and money!

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