The Premo No. 00 was Kodak's smallest camera, measuring only 2½ x 2” x 3”. It is truly tiny! It was too small for a viewfinder, so it has simple V sight lines on the top and side to give an idea of where it was pointed.
The Premo 00 was sold from 1916 to 1922, initially priced at only 75c (raised to $1 in 1918). It used paper-backed unperforated 35mm film, yielding 6 exposures per roll at 1¼ x 1¾” in size. These rolls originally cost 10c.
This camera is complete with the original box and original manual (tattered but complete). The camera itself is very common, but the box is vastly rarer since most were thrown away immediately after purchase.
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