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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera father's day vintage camera 620 film working camera 1950s bakelite (REAL camera, not a photo)

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera vintage camera 620 film working camera 1950s bakelite photography

*** This is an actual camera for sale, not a photo! ***

The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye is one of the iconic bakelite cameras of the 20th century. Produced from 1949 to 1961, these little babies can go on forever with a little loving care. (I have 2 of my own, and use them regularly)

If you want to really have fun, you can even use it for TTV photography, and the results are a scream.

This camera works perfectly (I have shot a roll of film with it) , and is in immaculate condition. The shutter mechanism has been completely disassembled and tested (by me), and the viewfinder is gorgeous. The switch for B setting (long exposures) works perfectly.

It includes a 620 take-up spool, which will be needed to shoot a roll of film.

This camera is not just a showpiece to sit on a shelf collecting dust. It was made to shoot photos, and it will do just that! (Of course if you choose to simply plop it on a shelf, it will obey you, but it won't be at all happy)

It uses 620 film, which is still easily available in many flavours (color slide, color print, B&W), and you can even roll it yourself using standard 120 film if you wish. Details for both options will be supplied, of course.
Robert Cadloff

Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera father's day vintage camera 620 film working camera 1950s bakelite (REAL camera, not a photo)

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