BATTERIES AND FLASHBULBS
The ‘Brownie’ Flasholder takes one Hearing-Aid Battery (‘Ever-Ready’ Type B.155 or equivalent).
The ‘Kodak’ Flasholder Model II takes two ‘Ever-Ready’ U.11, or similar, batteries end-to-end, or the ‘Kodak’ Flashpack with standard hearing-aid battery (type B.122, or equivalent) 22½ volt.
The Kodak ‘Duaflex’ Flasholder takes two ‘Ever-Ready’ U.11, or similar, batteries side-by-side.
Batteries are not available from Kodak Limited.
Both the ‘Kodak’ Flasholder Model II and the ‘Duaflex’ Flasholder take flashbulbs fitted with small center contact (S.C.C.) type caps.
‘Capless’ flashbulbs must be used with the special adaptor available. The ‘Brownie’ Flasholder however, is specially designed to take capless flashbulbs.
Suitable flashbulbs include Nos. 1, 1B, 5 and 5B (made by the General Electric Co. Ltd., Kingsway, London, W.C.2, and also by B.T.H. Co. Ltd., Crown House, Aldwych, London, W.C.2), and Types PF.l, PF.1/97, PF.14, PF.25 and PF.25/97 (made by Philips Electrical Ltd., Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W.C.2).
Flashbulbs are available from Kodak Limited.
(Kodak Dealer catalogue 1958)