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The Starflex, part of the popular Brownie Star- line (Starflash, starmite, etc) is a fun little camera from the late 50's through mid 60's. A relatively small pseudo TLR, it features a large, super bright viewer that makes it perfect to use as a TTV base.

Two aperture modes - black and white and color, and features a Dakon lens.

This one has a bit of wear: lots of dings to the lens ring and the viewer lens ring, which is so common on these types of camera that I've stopped looking for one with out them. Fine scratches to the faceplate and a small dent in the viewer hood and general light wear over the body. A small amount of tape residue on the back.

Camera works, and takes 127 film. Or it can be used for TTV photography, or even as decor or as a photo booth prop. A very cute piece of camera history. Flash arm is included but has not been tested.

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RESERVED for Johan Camera, Working Starflex, TTV Base


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: plastic, metal, glass, camera
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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