The Kodak Pony cameras are a series of Bakelite bodied small format cameras.
Designer Arthur H Crapsey.
Positioned between the roll film Brownie and the 35mm Signet series.
like the Brownie they lack rangefinders instead using a simple viewfinder.
as with the Signet cameras, they have better glass lenses, the 3 element Anastons and the four element Anastars (all with front element focusing).
variable speed (except for the Pony II), manually cocked Kodak synchronized shutters.
shutter release/film advance interlock (with bypass switch) prevents double exposures
use 35mm film except for the Pony 828 uses roll film, in 35mm width.
film advance and rewind knob.