Kodak
Recomar 33
Introduced 1932




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The Kodak Recomar 33 is a 3¼×4¼ folding bed camera, made by the German Kodak AG. Originally the same model had been the Nagel No.33, made from 1928 until 1932, when Kodak acquired the Nagel camera works of Stuttgart, Germany.

The cameras were equipped with fast f4.5 Anastigmat lenses in Compur shutter. A brilliant finder with spirit level, a big sports finder, the double extension bed and the possibility of vertical and horizontal lens movement made this a sophisticated camera for amateurs. Production continued to 1940.

A smaller 2¼×3¼ version of this camera is the Kodak Recomar 18.