Hello Julio...checked out Mr. Lynch, thank you, and I see he makes bellows but doesn't install them, so I'll just put the camera back in the cabinet for now, though I might later try the black goop I've read about that apparently fills in the pinholes...Vincent
I think bellows are not too hard to install. I did it with an old voigtlander. But if the parts are riveted together as Kodaks can be it can make the job a big one. I think the black stuff may be the best.
You have to balance out the fact it is a 127 camera, and film is awkward, vitually non existant, unless you slit down 120 etc., and that is not for the faint hearted! Modern film is also very fast compared to the slow 10-30 asa films the camera was meant to use, and this makes pinholes show up far worst than before.
To test use an old bellows camera you can wrap the whole bellows with blackout cloth, a couple of layers, taped into place to cover the lot, leaving the shutter looking out, and most of the body wrapped up like a mummy. This will allow full use of a valuble test film, the black cloth is available from most home furnishers or Ebay. An old film changing black bag could be used.