The Kodak Tourists were the last in a long line of American-made folding roll film cameras from Eastman Kodak. The original Tourist series was introduced in 1948 and production continued through may of 1951. The Tourist uses 620 film, making eight 6×9 cm exposures per roll. 620 film has all the same dimensions as 120, though on a smaller central spool. You can purchase pre-respooled 620 film or carefully respool a 120 roll onto the included 620 spool yourself in a dark setting.
This camera is an affordable way to get a sharp image in a huge negative size.
|Key features:||Folding design, aesthetic build, huge negative size.|
|Compatibility:||1/4 20 standard tripod mount, Kodak bulb flash connector.|
|Condition:||Overall good for the age, bellows & seals intact, all shutter speeds working. Film tested.|
|Included:||Camera, Anaston 105mm f/6.3 semi-interchangeable lens, 2 x 620 Spools|