No 2 Film Pack Hawk-Eye
|Name:||No 2 Film Pack Hawk-Eye|
|Type:||Box (sheet film)|
|Country of Origin:||UK|
|Construction:||Conventional shaped box camera but for sheet film in special packs rather than rollfilm. Two brilliant viewfinders. Strap on top is embossed with the name of the camera, which is also printed inside the removable back.|
|Production Period:||1922 - 1925|
|Model / Variant:||Black (UK)|
|Plate / Film Size:||No 520 film pack (for pictures 2¼" x 3¼")|
|Dimensions (w x h x l):|
|Date of this Example:||c1925|
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UK model of the No 2 Film Pack Hawk-Eye for 520 sheet film packs. The camera has a fine black crackle finish.
The camera is complete with its original pale blue sales carton and instruction sheet.
The instruction sheet is titled "Advice to the owner of this Camera". It is a single stiff card sheet with advice on one side, and application for the Kodak magazine on the reverse.
This camera was also used as a premium camera on both sides of the Atlantic. For an example of the US camera, refer to the First Aid premium version.