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Brownie Target Six-16

Kodak Brownie Target Six-16 Camera

Type: Box rollfilm
Introduced: July 1946
Discontinued: November 1951
Film size: 616
Picture size: 2 1/2" X 4 1/4"
Manufactured: United States
Lens: Meniscus
Shutter: Rotary
Numbers made: ?
Original price: $4.00

This camera is made with a metal box body and handles wear and tear very well. It features 2 brilliant viewfinders, a bulb(time) setting and has an additional slide-in f/stop(f/11 and f/16). It is decorated with an art deco vertical line design on the front panel.
This camera was developed from the Target Brownie Six-16.

That are no variations of this camera, that I know of, except on the front panel. Some models were made with black text and some with white text at the bottom of the panel. There is no functional differences between the cameras.

Fun Facts:
"Target" cameras were primarilay made and sold in North America. The name "Target" was used for quite a few different cameras including Hawk-Eye cameras as well for Brownie cameras.
Sometimes Kodak made camera model names confusing from one model to another by using almost identical names, sometimes with a word order change, like Brownie Target Six-20 and Target Brownie Six-20.

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