|No. 2 Bulls-Eye Special in ad of 1898|
The No. 2 Bulls-Eye was introduced in 1892 by the Boston Camera Manufacturing Company. It was the first rollfilm camera with a red window as the exposure number indicator. That was possible since rollfilm was paper-backed. Maybe the red-blindness of early film material was the reason to choose red as the color of that window. Kodak copied the camera as No. 2 Bullet camera in 1895, and paid a patent license fee to the original manufacturer for the red window patent. Later Kodak took over the other camera maker. "Bulls-Eye" became a camera brand of Eastman Kodak.
- Kodak No.2 Bulls-Eye Model of 1896 & Model D @ The Virtual Camera Museum
- Bullet vs. Bulls-Eye and No. 2 Bulls-Eye Special at BoxCameras.com ]
- No. 2 Bulls-Eye at Museum of the History of Science, Oxford 
- manual at Michael Butkus Jr.'s 
- N°2 Bull's Eye Special camera at The Old Album 
- N°2 Bull-Eye at Sylvain Halgand's www.collection-appareils.fr