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Brownie Starluxe II


Kodak Brownie Starluxe II Camera

Type: Solid body eyelevel rollfilm
Introduced: Nov 1962
Discontinued: Aug 1967
Film size: 127
Picture size: 1 5/8 X 1 5/8"
Manufactured: France
Lens: Fixed-focus
Shutter: Rotary
Numbers made: ?
Original price: $12.00


Description:
The Starluxe II has a moulded plastic body and optical direct vision finder. It features a built-in flash gun with rectangular reflector for AG1 bulbs. The aperture settings under the lens refer to the EV system, approximately 13=f11 and 14=f16..

Variations:
This is a french-assembled version of Brownie Starmite II

Fun Facts:
The Kodak Brownie Star simple plastic cameras were very popular. Over 10 million Star series cameras were made from 1957 with versions continuing into the late 1960s. The original design was by Arthur H. Crapsey. All were based on a similar layout with each model having various combinations of different viewfinder and flash arrangements, some built-in, some external, some with no flash facility. Some models were available in different colors as well. The "star" name was applied to 127 film cameras, but there were similar models made using 620 film.






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