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Very cute box camera and flash that is in good vintage condition. I cleaned it up some with some alcohol and cotton swabs. There are some chips and dings in the plastic that are a bit noticeable on the camera. You can see them in the picture. The inside does not seem to be rusted and looks very pristine. I did not mess with where the battery goes for the flash, as the screw was a bit rusty and I did not want to rick damaging it. The outside is a very cute muted blue and silver. This camera is so very cute!!
This camera comes with the original box which is not in the best shape, as the sides are torn on one side.
I am not sure if this camera works, but I see that the shutter still works and you can hear it when you press the shutter button. The flash seems to also be in very good shape, but I don't have bulbs to test it. This camera takes 127 film, which I believe you can still buy from special camera stores. This does not come with the manual, but it can be found below:
The Brownie Starmite was one of a very successful range of "star" cameras made by Kodak in the early 1960s. It took square, 4x4cm (3 1/2" x 3 1/2") images on 127 film. The only adjustment was a lever below the lens, giving EV 13 (flash) & 14 (daylight) by adjusting the aperture. It featured a double exposure prevention system.
Type: compact viewfinder camera
Year of launch: 1960
Film: type 127 roll film
Flash: built-in bulb flash AG1 Type
Dakon Fixed Focus f/11
Minimum Focus Distance: 4 feet on EV 14 / 5 feet on EV 13
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