Kodak Eastman, Folding Autographic Brownie 2A, USA, 1926
The Kodak Folding Autographic Brownie 2A is a bigger camera compared to the models of those years and aimed to customers with the need to print high-quality images or enlargements. The accordion have to be manually pulled out and slid on a rail with a metric scale for the focus.
As regards the Autographic name, in the early 1900s Kodak launched a number of films with carbon paper on the back. Through the window located on the back of the camera you could “autograph” every still.