Six-16 Kodak Camera
The Six-16 Kodak was introduced in 1932 but from 1936 it was redesigned to become the model C. It was the first model to use the slimmer 616 film spool. It has angled ends to the body which is covered with pig-grained leatherette. It has a brilliant finder as well. A folding frame finder was added in 1934. It features black enamelled side panels with nickel lines. The shutter plate is octagonal with chrome and black enamel deco pattern as well as bright red highlights. It has no red window cover. The struts are chrome and ornate unlike the redesigned Model C which are quite plain.
It supported various combinations of lens and shutter. These included Kodak Anastigmat f/6.3 and f/4.5 coupled with Diodak, Kodal, Kodon,compur and Dakar shutters.