The Kodak No.00 Cartridge Premo was Kodak's smallest box camera. It measures only 2½H x 2W x 3L . It has a simple rotary shutter with a single f/stop and a behind the shutter meniscus lens and no viewfinder. The camera was truly a fully functional miniature for this period.
The top and one side of the camera have a V shape stamped into the leatherette cover to show the approximate angle of view for the photographer.
The Kodak No.00 Cartridge Premo takes a No. 35 rollfilm (unperforated paper backed motion picture film) which creates a 1¼ x 1¾ inch negative. The shutter has TIME and INSTANT settings. Kodak produced this little beauty between 1916 and 1922.