Kodak Tourist II
The Kodak Tourist II iHorn is made from a Kodak Tourist II camera, using the flash housing for the amplification. It was the last of a long line of folding roll film cameras made by Kodak. It was introduced in 1951 and discontinued in 1958. It used 620 film and produed eight 2.25” x 3.25” photos. Depending on the features, it sold for between $24.50 and $95.00. Folding cameras have an intrigue which continues today with an appeal which is unmistakable. There is just something about a folding camera. If you know, you know. The consumer passion for photography is as strong today as it was when the Tourist II was initially introduced. Like all iHorns, and especially those made from cameras, it is a snapshot in time.