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Manufacturer: Alfred C. Kemper

Title: Kemper Kombi Miniature Camera
Date: 1892
Credit Line: Gift of Larry S. Pierce and Sharon E. Moore
Accession Number: 2018.0001.0250.a
Description: A very small, all-brass camera with a highly engraved faceplate. Attached is a strip of brass. It has the word "loaded" stamped onto the side as a reminder that the camera has film loaded. Camera could make 25 exposures in 1 1/8 ×1 1/8" square format on one roll of transparent film.The first camera to use film manufactured by Kodak solely for use in a non-Kodak camera. "Kombi" meant that the camera's film magazine could be loaded with a developed film and then be used as film viewer (graphoscope).
Film:
Transparent Film; 1 in
Shutter:
(not assigned)
Lens:
Fixed
Place Made:United States, Illinois, Chicago