I got some nice shots from my first Kodak Duo Six-20, but it developed a problem with the shutter linkage which ended up damaging the shutter. I replaced some of the shutter parts recently and took the camera along on a walk to the Tingley Beach ponds in Albuquerque. I was pleased to see that everything seemed to be working properly again.
As I reported in the previous post, I have a second Series II camera, seen below on the right, which is an example built for the European market with distance scale marked in meters and a Carl Zeiss Tessar lens. On the left is my American market camera with a distance scale in feet and a Kodak Anastigmat lens.
Some slight differences can be seen in the lens mounts of the two examples, but I think the lens formula is essentially the same -- four elements in three groups. A comparison of the images from the two cameras show no differences in quality that I can see.