Jiffy Six-16
Introduced 1937

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The Jiffy Kodak Six-16 Series II Camera was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company from 1937 to 1948. Advertised as the simplest folding camera ever devised. Named Jiffy for the speed and ease at which the camera would get ready to shoot. Simply by touching a button the front pops out. Touch a second and the picture is taken. Features included a twindar lens, built in shutter with time and instantaneous actions, two crowned brilliant finders, foot support to stand camera for time exposures. Finished in black Moroccan grain covering, black and nickel etched metal front. The six-16 took 8 images, 2 1/2 x 4 1/4 inch size on 616 film and originally sold for $9.00.