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Kodak's Brownie Bulls-eye camera was produced from 1954 through 1960.
It used 620 film. It's a very simple camera with a focusing lens that
uses "distance from subject" estimates.
It's in very good condition. The shutter and film advance are working.
The bakelite body shows surface wear, as does the metal flashing around
the shutter "button" and flash socket.
The face plate has a few minor small abrasions on the metal surface.
The lens is clear and clean.

The flash unit is in fair condition. There are scratches inside the dome and
abrasions on the back. There is a serious crack along the upper
right top of the dome. There are surface abrasions on the bakelite handle
and serious abrasions on the back. Because the flash unit is in rough shape,
I'm sending it along with the camera, but not charging for the flash unit.

The case is in very good condition. The front has a very cool woven
fiber decorative panel. The leather (leatherette?) flap has abrasions
on the surface. The metal strap lugs, front clasp and front decorative
metal edge all show various amount of wear. The interior of the case
has scratches on the gray velveteen like surface.

This is a lovely camera and case set!

Your camera set will be carefully packed and shipped priority mail with
delivery confirmation in the US and First class mail international.

Vintage Kodak Brownie Bulls-Eye Bakelite Camera with Flash Unit and Case