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Brownie Pliant Six-20

Kodak Brownie Pliant Six-20 Camera

Type: Folding Rollfilm
Introduced: 1937
Discontinued: 1940
Film size: 620
Picture size: 2 1/4 X 3 1/4"
Manufactured: UK
Lens: Meniscus
Shutter: Kodette II
Numbers made: ?
Original price: ?

The Folding Brownie Six-20 was a model made in the UK. Kodak introduced the camera in 1937 and made it for three years before discontinuing it in 1940. It had a meniscus lens and used 620 rollfilm, creating 2.25-inch by 3.25-inch photos. The camera had a grained leatherette covering and a folding frame finder. From 1938 on, a brilliant finder was an optional extra. The shutter was a Kodette II model. Rather than the "T" setting, this shutter had a "B" for "brief time exposure.".

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