Kodak Junior Six-20 Series II

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I bought this camera in good condition with instruction booklet in tact. I hate to sound ignorant, but can I still buy film for this camera? I've tried to contact Kodak, but no response yet. If not, its a beautiful camera to have around.

Any info you can give me would be appreciated.


-- Victoria M. Lucero (victorial@atgweb.com), January 22, 2001


I don,t have an answer to your question but I have also recently purchased the same model of camera and was wondering about film. If you find an answer would you send me an email answer. Thanks.

-- steve (fisheye@spl.at), March 16, 2001.

the kodak pocket series used the normal rollfilm 120 which you can get in most photo-stores .... it is used in all professional middle- format cameras today

-- Rahul Sharma (mangusta@bigfoot.com), May 07, 2001.

or it is a Rollfim 116 ... and this one you would not find

-- Rahul Sharma (mangusta@bigfoot.com), May 07, 2001.

You can buy Kodak 620 film at www.bhphoto.com

Because it is such an old film it is rolled onto 120 spools, but it works just as well. I too have a Kodak Junior Six-20 Series II camera, as well as another old camera that takes 620 film, and the photos have turned out fantastic.

Good luck!

lisa b.

-- lisa b. (pepperstake@yahoo.com), November 25, 2001.

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