Kodak Hawkeye Cameras
In the USA and Canada the word "Hawk-Eye" was hyphenated until the late 1930's. Apart from the Brownie Hawkeye, the brand name wasn't used again until the 1960's, when it was spelt as one word, as it often was in the UK. Many Hawkeye cameras were used as promotional or "premium" items, often by third-party companies, to encourage customers to take advantage of their goods or services. Inevitably these models are usually of relatively limited specification. Some cameras include the word "cartridge" in the model name. This is because a roll of film was considered to look like a shotgun cartridge and also to help differentiate between similar cameras that used plates or Film Packs.
The Hawkeye disc 7000 was probably the last Hawkeye camera to be produced by Kodak.