No day out is complete without a camera on which to record your memories. Kodak cameras made photography available to a large number of people and Kodak founder George Eastman made the world’s first consumer camera in 1888.
This Kodak No.2 Folding Autographic Brownie was first manufactured in 1915 and production continued until 1926.
It originally retailed in the United States for $10.13, around £2.10 shillings in the UK, and the carrying case was an extra $1.25.
The camera was easy to use because it used a roll film which held more than one photograph negative.
The camera also has settings that allowed users to automatically set the lens aperture for near view portrait, average view, distant view and clouds/marine. The camera was also far more compact than previous models.
Price comparisons are not easy but the camera would have been around £2 10s in Britain when new, the equivalent today being about £250.
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