henry_finley1 Posted October 31, 2021 Share Posted October 31, 2021 Attached are a couple photos of the Kodak Photo Hobby Printer, which was supposedly sold for beginner use back in the 40's or 50's. As I look at it, it's laughable. But maybe somebody else knows something I don't know. One light bulb at one end of the box. And while this one seems to be missing its glass, I happen to know they were sold with clear glass, not opal or frosted. I also suppose the printer was meant to be used with something like Velox paper, which was a slow chloride paper discontinued many years ago. But even with that, it seems like there would had had to be a terrible hot-spot in the print. No evenness in lighting at all. I'd like to hear other opinions. Is this a piece of junk that Kodak should have known better than to even market at all? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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