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Brownie Starflash

The blue Canadian-made camera on the left, which is very similar to the white US-made camera, on the right, has two aperture stops, marked Color and B&W, for its Dakon lens, the French-made camera, in the centre, being marked 'Couleur' and 'Noir & Blanc'. Minor differences also exist in the construction of the flashgun and the type of bulb used. This model was the first Kodak camera to incorporate a built-in flash-gun. A range of other colours was available, not all of which were available for the whole production period, also a specialized close-up model, the Kodak Startech.
name: Brownie Starflash
produced between : 1957 - 1965
lens : Dakon
shutter : Rotary
film type : 127
picture size : 4 x 4 cm
original list price (USD): 8.50
categories: 127, brownie
Brownie Starflash


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