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Brownie 620

Brownie 620(8-32 U.S.)


1933-1934.Germany

The lens aperture settings or stops are indicated by the figures 11, 16, 22 on the one version and on the other version as 8, 16, 32 U.S.

U.S. stands for Uniform System f11 is the same as 8. U.S. and f22 the same as 32. U.S.


Manufactured name, control information in German language


two swing over close up lens Doublet 8-32 U.S.


Brownie 620 (f11-f22)


1934-1936.Germany

Manufactured name, control information in German language

German language control information


France language control information


1934-1936 ? manufactured name, control information in German language, rare different lines, two swing over close up lens Doublet

Brownie 620 (f11-f22)


Brownie 620 (8-32 U.S.)


1934-1936. France language


two swing over close up lens Doublet 8-32 U.S.

Control information in France language

Brownie 620 (f11-f22)



1934-1936. Germany

1934-1936. Germany - No manufactured name,

control information known on cameras with control information in English and France language


This camera is made with a lot of outside different's.

There are variants with the control information in the German and France language as well in the English language.

There are there different variations in the lens opening information

f11 or 8 U.S.(Uniform System)

The cameras are made with manufactured name on the front of the camera but also made

without, Kodak A.G. Dr.Nagel-Werk.-Stuttgart.


Brownie 620 (f8-f32) English



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control information in Enlish language

two swing over close up lens Doublet (f8-f32).