|B r o w n i e H o l i d a y F l a s h |
|Brownie Holiday Flash|
A basic viewfinder camera taking 8 exposures and featuring 'Pin & Screw' flash contacts. The camera above was made in Canada and is fitted with the plastic Dakon lens, earlier cameras had the glass Kodet lens as shown below. Despite the basic specification, the box advertises the availability of a No.13 close-up lens and a "cloud" filter. The recommended flashgun was the Kodalite Midget Flasholder. A variation of this model exists as the Brownie Chiquita Flash.
The lenses used were Kodet (1954-55) and Dakon (1955-62).
|name||: Brownie Holiday Flash|
|produced between ||: 1954 - 1962|
|lens ||: Kodet or Dakon|
|shutter ||: Rotary|
|film type ||: 127|
|picture size ||: 6 x 4 cm|
|original list price (USD)||: 5.00|
|categories||: 127, brownie|