Brownie 127 had been produced after 1952 in Great Britain. It is a simple camera for type 127 film and frame size: 1 5/8 X 2 1/2 "(41x64mm)
Basically, 3 models of this camera were produced:
The first was produced in the years 1952-59, equipped with a Meniscus f /14 64 mm lens and a central snapshot for 1/50s
The second one was produced in the years 1959-63, equipped with a Dakon f /11 lens with a plastic lens and a central shutter,
The third one was produced in the years 1965-67, equipped with a 51 mm f /14 lens with a plastic lens and a central shutter with a time of 1/40s,
The United States was exported under the Brownie Starlet brand.
Details of the exhibit from my collection
- I have Kodak Brownie 127, the second model from 1959-63. without s / n
- Dacon lens
- Snapshot with one time
I got a Miłosz camera in good condition, no signs of use.