A week ago I ran a roll of Kodak Tmax 100 through my freshly restored Folding Pocket Brownie. It's a Model B introduced in 1907 and produced until 1915. Mine was probably constructed somewhere between 1909 and 1913. Between that time camera's were supplied with the Automatic Brownie shutter and red leather bellows. It still has the early hinge setup for the fold down bed. After 1913 all the bellows were made from black leather. Focus settings are limited to 30, 6 and 2.5 meters (also indicated in feet). The shutter also has 3 settings, Instant (1/25th), Bulb and Time. Apertures use the early Kodak Numbering, 1 , 2 and 3. Which should approximately be f/11, f/16 and f/22. The lens is a simple meniscus. When I received the camera it was dirty. The leather was dry. The shutter was sticking open. Some oxidation on the metal parts. Luckily it all cleaned up pretty easy. Brass was polished, all the steel parts and the chrome rails were polished. The leather got a few coats of conditioner. This turned the 'pink' bellows into a nice dark bordeau color. The shutter was cleaned and lubricated. The lens was cleaned. Leaving me with this: The leather carrying strap was still soaking in conditioner at this point. Negatives were scanned at 2400dpi with TMAX 400 presets in Vuescan. Then they were resized, sharpened and had their levels and curves corrected in CS2. 1. Dalia 2. Pond (with light leak) 3. 4. Atlantik Wall Museum, Domain Raversijde - Belgium 5. 2cm Oerlikon anti-aircraft gun 6. In the village of Walraversijde, Historical Museum Again, I'm pleasantly surprised by the sharpness of these early Kodak meniscus lenses. The camera itself isn't particularly ergonomic. And if you were to carry it, as the name suggests, in your "pocket", you are going to need mighty big pockets. The light seal between the back and the film compartment is minimal. The edges of the film show traces of light leaking in, but the frames themselves (with exception of frame 2) are relatively clear. All that said, the No.2 Folding Pocket Brownie is another fun camera that'll get to come out and play more often.