The Practical Photographer - 1895
The illustration above appeared in the journal: 'The Practical
Photographer', March 1895, together with an illustration of the
Regular Kodet. The journal commented:
"The Eastman Co have brought out a
new form of camera, the Kodet, similar in many respects to the Kodak, but
intended to meet the wants of those who do not feel inclined to purchase
one of the more expensive instruments."
"The Kodet is specially designed for
use with glass plates, but it can be employed with film by the addition of
a roll holder, no alteration to the camera being necessary.
It carries three double slides or a
roll holder for 48 exposures. It is made in two sizes, "Folding" and
"Regular" taking pictures 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 and 4 x 5 respectively. Both
are very light and can be adjusted for either time or instantaneous
exposure, and are fitted with either single or double lenses."
[The Practical Photographer, March 1895, p.93]