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1940s Brownie Reflex Camera similar to what everyone had in that era, including my Na-Na who used it into the 1980s. She loved it. The Brownie Reflex Synchro was introduced in 1941. The body is Bakelite and metal and has an Art Deco Design. It's pure box-camera in terms of picture-taking performance, with a simple shutter and meniscus taking lens. But because it's a pseudo-TLR (twin-lens reflex), it allows reflex viewing through an oversized "brilliant" waist-level viewfinder, with a large, bright mirror and a dedicated viewing lens.
Please Note: This one is in full working order but may be better suited for display than use as it has spots on the lens that we cannot figure out how to get to for cleaning. Check here for more interesting vintage guy stuff finds like barware, fishing, cars, cigars:

Vintage Kodak Reflex Brownie Box Camera Synchro Bakelite Art Deco


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: metal, bakelite
  • Ships worldwide from Washington, United States
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