Kodak Box 620 is a relatively standard metal box camera produced by Kodak AG between 1936 -1939. It has two points of note, a sliding lever giving three aperture stops and tripod sockets which are rather larger than the normal thread seen today. On German Kodak cameras, 620 are always written 620 and not six-20. This camera is a more basic variant with the meniscus lens. The type of film is 620. Shutter: Single Speed. Picture size: 6 x 9 cm. Quantity made: 425,000.