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Brownie Starmite II

The Brownie Starmite II camera was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak company from 1962 to 1967. It was a redesign of the Starmite i with the most obvious being the flash reflector. This simple snap-shot camera was constructed of plastic with an eye-level viewfinder and flash unit built-in. The Brownie Starmite II was fitted with a fixed focus meniscus lens capable of capturing images beyond 4 feet, and a simple instantaneous shutter for exposures on no. 127 roll film. It was very portable, weighing less than eight ounces.

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