The Kodak Junior I and II are 620 film folding cameras made by Kodak Ltd. in the UK. They were introduced in July 1954 and made until 1959. The same body - with a better lens and shutter - was used for the Sterling II. The Junior I had a simple lens and single-speed Kodette III everset shutter; the Junior II had an adjustable diaphragm, adjustable Dakon shutter and a focusing Anaston lens. The Junior II has a body release, but the Junior I has a very awkward release protruding from the lens block, just in front of the oversized mounting plate - intended for a much larger device, as on the Sterling.