Kodak 35 RF (1940-1948)

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Well, I guess they can’t all be beautiful, can they? This is the second version of the very popular Kodak 35. The first version had a simple flip-up viewfinder mounted on top, and in an effort to keep up with the competition Kodak hastily developed a rangefinder system and mounted it on the existing camera. The Argus C3 was the primary competitor of this camera and it sold considerably better due to being priced much lower. There are many different examples of this camera; the main difference being different film transport knobs. There was even a military model!

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