Kodak 16mm daylight enlarger.
Eastman Kodak Co
Kodak 16mm daylight enlarger. Designed for the specific purpose of making enlargements from 16mm cine film onto 616 rollfilm, the enlarger is similar in design to a simple folding camera. It has a rigid black metal body, with black leather strut-operated bellows and a mount into which the 16mm film is inserted below a ground glass screen. There is a simple lens and on/off shutter behind the mount. Markings; On a plate attached to the front of the camera "Kodak 16mm enlarger. Made in U.S.A. by Eastman Kodak Co. Rochester N.Y."; inside the film compartment is a label "Use Kodak Film S.S.Pan.S.S.616...." (with further information about the film).
Part of the Fenton Collection. A gift from British Film Institute in 2017. From 1986-1999, part of BFI collection for the Museum of the Moving Image. BFI purchased collection in 1986 from James Fenton's Museum of Photography, Port Erin, Isle of Man 1976-1986
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Eastman Kodak Co , manufacturer