Kodak Jiffy six 16 Series II was a medium format folding camera made by Eastman Kodak Co. Ltd., Rochester, U.S.A between 1937 and 1948. It had a Twindar lens with a distance selector. Only two apertures were selectable. But it had two viewfinders in the pop-out lens board, one for vertical and one for horizontal images. The Jiffy II differs from the Jiffy only by its front cover covered with leather.
Film: Six 16: 616 roll, picture size: 6.5 x 11 cm. Lens: Twindar 105 mm f/8 filter slip-on. Viewfinder: two reflecting bright finders. The shutter has a fixed speed of 1/50th of a second with two modes: Instant (“I”) and Time (“T”). Aperture: f/8 and f/11, sets by a pull-out tab on the left of the front plate. Focus range: 5-10 feet + INF.