Kodak No.4 Folding Pocket 1907-15
Similar smaller models were called Folding Pocket Kodaks. A No.4 Folding Pocket Kodak was produced taking 4x5 images during these same years. However, there was never any pretense to being a "pocket" Kodak when it came to this behemoth. It took six exposures of 4x5 inch on type 123 film which was introduced to the market in 1904 for the No.4 Screen Focus model. Several models were available during the production of this one of the largest of the folding Kodaks ever produced. Each of four Models will be added as time permits.
All are in original condition and no attempt at restoration has been made... yet.
The No.4A took larger images, 41/4x61/2 on type 126 film and the dimensions of the body slightly enlarged to accommodate the new film. Otherwise, the cameras appear to be very similar with several improvements such as rack & pinion focusing and larger format appearing in the No.4A model.