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Brownie Bulls-Eye Camera

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The Brownie Bulls-Eye Camera was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company from 1954 to 1960. The camera was constructed of bakelite plastic with a metal faceplate. It was fitted with a Twindar 2-element lens with three focus settings including, scenes, groups and close-ups. It featured a simple built-in instantaneous shutter. It captured eight 3 1/3 x 5 inch exposures on Kodacolor 620 roll film.The camera was made in black and yellow gold. The black version is common and the gold version more uncommon. Addition features included double exposure prevention, tripod socket, and synchronized flash. The midget flash unit with a three inch reflector was either part of the outfit or sold separately. The camera outfit sold for $18.60, and the camera only sold for $13.50 in 1956

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