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Kodak Hawkeye Camera  by Smile Mercantile

Kodak Hawkeye Camera - Uncovet mom'S camera we burned our fingers on used flash bulb

Kodak Instamatic 314 Camera

Kodak Instamatic 314 Camera

Kodak Brownie Vecta by EFF ^_^, via Flickr

Nikon Coolpix Compact Digital Camera - Red Optical Zoom) inch LCD with Wi-Fi

The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye camera was very popular back in the 1950s, and sold like hot-cakes for over a decade. They were cheap, easy to use, and produced sharp 3½ x 3½ prints from about 10' to infinity with the non-focusing, internal meniscus lens.

The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye camera was very popular back in the and sold like hot-cakes for over a decade. They were cheap, easy to use, and produced sharp x prints from about to infinity with the non-focusing, internal meniscus lens.

Kodak Baby Brownie Special

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Designed by Walter Dorwin Teague in 1936. The Bantam Special is one of the finest examples of art-deco styling applied to any camera design.

This is the Kodak Bantam Special, a beautiful camera from made from machined aluminum and finished with enamel.arguably more adventurous in its shape than most modern cameras.

Kodak Instamatic Reflex now this was what made me think i was a pro lol first time out took a building fire next door to our familys lab and camera store

Kodak Instamatic Reflex now this was what made me think i was a pro lol first time out took a building fire next door to our familys lab and camera store

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