MANUFACTURER: Eastman Kodak Company
PLACE OF MANUFACTURE: USA, NY, Rochester
PRODUCTION DATE: approx. 1904
The Brownie figures on a Kodak product are not mainly found on the original packaging of the No. 2 & 2A Brownie cameras on this cassette, they also appear. A box with 4 rolls of film for the No.2 Brownie Camera. Each roll of film can take 6 photos with a size of 2¼ x 3¼ inches. (Contact Print)
It is stated on the box that the films do not cause halation, which means that there is a spot caused by flare on the photos, where strongly lit areas are within dark boundaries.
It is also indicated that the orthochromatic films have a low sensitivity to red light and a high sensitivity to blue light. It is additionally indicated that the film does not curl up.