The Brownie Target Six-20 is a Kodak camera that was manufactured in the USA in the 1940s.
This Kodak model was a fixed focus camera; therefore, all subjects at a distance of 2.5m or more were in focus. If you wanted to photograph subjects at a distance of less than 2.5m, you had to use a portrait lens.
There are several models of the Brownie Target Six-20 that were also released in the same decade. Some were made in Canada and others in the USA.
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- Camera type: Box Rollfilm,
- Lens: meniscus, f/16 and f/22,
- Shutter speed: 1/50s,
- Film format: 620 film, 6*9 cm,
- Dimensions: H12 * W15 * D10 cm,
- Materials: metal,
- Weight: 470g.
Where to find it and at what price?
This device is common. You can find it in garage sales or second hand shops for 10€. Its price at the time was 2,75$.