London, South Kensington
20 July 2004
Ciné-Kodak Special no. 1515
Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, NY; 16mm., metal and black-leather panelled body, with two film magazines, an Eastman Kodak Co. Telephoto f/4.5 114mm. lens, an Eastman Kodak Co. Anastigmat f/1.9 25mm. lens and an Eastman Kodak Co. Telephoto f/4.5 76mm. lens, in a fitted leather case
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Peter Ariel (1983), Ariel Cinematographica Register, no. 391.
Brian Coe (1981), The History of Movie Photography, p. 170.
The Ciné-Kodak Special camera was launched in April 1933. Coe describes it as the first camera to offer professional facilities to the amateur user.
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