Brownie Six-20 model C - 1953/1957
Brownie Six-20 model D - 1953/1954
model F - 1956
usual with Eastman Kodak in US or Kodak Ltd in United Kingdom, the
commercial designation of box brownies often change even if their
technical characteristics remain identical.
The Brownie Six-20 Camera
just extend the career of the
Six-20 Brownie from which it keeps the same characteristics.
Four models of this camera exist :
|The model C
produced from 1953 to 1957. This model is initially manufactured
without pin flash contacts. Later, it will be equipped with two pin
flash contacts and its shutter will be synchronized.|
|The models D and E, have been produced respectively
from 1953 to 1954 and from 1953 to 1957. Both models have pin flash
contacts from the beginning.|
|The model F arrives in 1955. It is a deluxe version of the
model E but technically identical. The body of the camera is painted
in brown and covered with a light brown leather. All the metalwork is
gilt and the film advance button and the shutter release are in ivory
All these models are equipped with a meniscus f/11 portait lens and
use 620 rollfilm, giving 2 1/4 x 3 1/4" negative pictures.