I’m lucky to have one of these in my possession. Don’t think you would be able to use it for HDR work though.
The camera that I own has the double lines around the sides which indicate that it was manufactured before 1932. Later cameras had plain surfaces. This one also has a stamp on the back saying that it was made in Canada by the Canadian Kodak Company.
The Model F had an Aluminium body, meniscus lens, 3 aperture settings, bulb and one fixed speed shutter setting, rotary shutter, tripod mountings for portrait and landscape orientations. It requires 120 roll film, produces 9x6cm frames, 8 frames to a standard roll.
The original sale price of the camera was $2.75.. I acquired this one and its brown canvas case when my wife’s aunt passed away.