Kodak film tank

Maker
Eastman Kodak Co.
Production date
1907-1920
Description
Kodak Film Tank, 1907–1920
The Kodak Film Tank was a two-part system designed for 'daylight' film development. The wooden box was used to spool the film in preparation for development in the cylindrical nickel tank.
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Media/Materials
wood, metal
Measurements
51.1: 108 x 189 x 104 mm
51.2: 10 x 195 x 110 mm
51.3: 115 x 83 mm approx.
51.4: 14 x 85 mm approx.
51.5: 85 x 70 mm approx.
51.6: 137 x 33 mm approx.
51.7: 137 x 33 mm approx.
51.8 80 x 30 mm approx.
51.9: 58 mm diameter
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Collection
Department Collection Type
Credit line
Waikato Museum Collection
Accession number
1961/4/51

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