Made exclusively in England, and only from 1958-1960, the "66" was the very last Kodak with folding bellows. It is a compact design with a wide range of settings, making it extremely versatile.
There were two versions made -- Models II and III (there was never a Model I). The key difference between the two types is in the shutter lock on the Model III, which makes accidental double-exposures impossible. They take 12 images, 2-1/4” square, on 120 film.
These are my most 'modern' cameras, and are definitely among my favorites for frequent use. They are compact, easy to handle, very versatile, and take exceptionally sharp pictures. The Model II is complete with original box and instructions, while the Model III has a convenient carrying case with neck strap.
(RETURN TO MAIN KODAK PAGE)