Kodak No.2 Brownie
The Kodak No.2 Brownie is a metal-bodied box camera that shoots 6x9cm images on 120 rollfilm. In fact, not only does it use 120 rollfilm, it's the very first camera to use 120 rollfilm. Produced from 1901 to 1935; this is a later model with a metal body. Cosmetic condition is just fine, considering it's nearly 100 years old, but there is some wear and light corrosion on some metal surfaces. Neither viewfinder works: just point and hope. But the shutter is functional, the lens is in good shape, and this camera is totally usable with any modern film.