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|No.1 Autographic Kodak Jr. (model A, c.1917)  image by Süleyman Demir (Image rights)|
This camera is a rare model and offered many lens/shutter combinations. There are Special models of Autographic Jr. cameras with various lenses, shutters and/or improved features or superior finish. 
- Film: A-120 roll "Autographic"; picture size: 6x9cm
- Engraving on the hand grip: Kodak
- Plate on front of the lens standard: No.1 Autographic Kodak Jr. 
- Lens: Bausch & Lomb Rapid Rectilinear. 
- Aperture: US stops: 4 - 64 (equal to f/8-f/32); setting: lever and scale on the shutter, no click stops
- Focusing: Fixed focus, pull-out the bellows until it clicks
- Shutter: Kodak Ball Bearing Shutter, leaf type; speeds: 1/25, 1/50, +B & T
- The shutter blades are on front of the lens; setting: lever and scale on top of the shutter
- Cocking and Shutter release: by the same lever on the lens-shutter barrel, for speeds press once then release the lever, the shutter cocks, opens and closes
- Cable release socket: on the shutter
- Viewfinder: Waist level brilliant view finder, folds up when the camera closed, turning left on its own axis for landscape pictures, on the lens standard
- Winding lever: on the right side of the camera
- Bellows: single extension
- Bellows opening: front cover opens by a knob on the left upper side of the camera, under the covering, then pull-out the bellows by engaging its rails until it clicks and stops
- Closing: simply pull-in the bellows by pressing the latch on the right lover side of the lens standard, front cover closes by pressing the struts
- Back cover: removable, opens by pressing the latches on the two sides, w/ red window
- Autographic: there is an aperture on the back cover with a spring lid and a nice chrome stylus, which allows to write the data on the film back paper
- Relief on the lid: Use Autographic Film No. A-120
- Film loading: pull-out the winding lever for inserting the take up spool, press the button in the film chamber for loading the new film
- Tripod sockets: two, 1/4", on the front plate and right side of the camera
- Lugs: for leather Hand grip
- Body: metal; Weight: 613g
- Serial no. engraved on the back side of the camera leg
Kodak Autographic Junior camera modelsEdit
- No.1 Autographic Kodak Junior (1914-27, film 120)
- No. 1A Autographic Kodak Junior (1914 -27, film 116)
- No. 2C Autographic Kodak Junior (1916 -27, film 130)
- No. 3A Autographic Kodak Junior (1918 -27, film 122)
Nots and referencesEdit
- ↑ This model year is estimated by the patents' dates engraved in the back cover of the camera and the serial no. compared with produced pieces.
- ↑ McKeown's p.474
- ↑ This model replaced the No.1 Kodak Junior, though both cameras are marked internally as 'No.1 Kodak Junior Model-A'.
- ↑ These early models have also Kodak Anastigmat lens. Later models have also Splendor f/6.2, Roussel Stylor f/6.3, Hermagis f/6.3, Berthiot Olor f/6.8 lenses.