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Brownie Bull's-Eye

Kodak Brownie Bulls-Eye Camera

Type: Solid Body Eyelevel Rollfilm
Introduced: Aug 1954
Discontinued: Oct 1960
Film size: 620
Picture size: 2 1/4 X 3 1/4"
Manufactured: US
Lens: Twindar
Shutter: Rotary
Numbers made: ?
Original price: Black $13.00 Gold $15.00


Description:
The Brownie Bull's-Eye was made from moulded plastic, had an optical direct vision finder, and pin and screw flash contacts.

Variations: From 1954-Aug 1958 the black and silver-grey model was produced and from Sept 1957-Oct 1960 a version with a gold enameled with brass color front plate and black knobs was made, known as the "Gold-Version".

Fun Facts:
The Brownie Bull's-Eye was a Bakelite Box camera designed by Arthur H. Crapsey, who also designed the highly successful Kodak Brownie Star series along with other cameras for Kodak. The body featured an eye-level viewfinder and a large shutter-release button on the front vertical edge, in front of the winding knob. Learn more about Arthur H. Crapsey here.






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