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Vintage Eastman Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera 1949 - 1961

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Box Camera with Style!

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Vintage Eastman Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera 1949 - 1961

The Brownie Hawkeye is a Bakelite camera taking 6x6cm images on 620 film, made in the USA and France by Kodak, between c.1949-1961

This one is in Good used condition. Film advance knob is damaged but still works otherwise normal wear no cracks or major damage. Sold as collectors item. Not Practical as working camera as film is hard to find. Makes nice interior design/ shelf accent item. Shutter works, film advance knob turns easily and film take up reel included so if you do find film everything works.


Antique Kodak Brownie Hawkeye. Box Camera With Style.

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Eastman Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera

The Brownie Hawkeye is a Bakelite camera taking 6x6cm images on 620 film, made in the USA and France by Kodak, between c.1949-1961[1]. The original design did not have a flash facility, but the Flash model was added in 1950 and labeled Kodak Brownie Flash in France. The canadien model is labeled "Brownie Hawkeye Flash" too. There were two lens attachments sold for the Hawkeye, one was the Kodak Close-Up No. 13 and the other was the Kodak Cloud Filter No. 13.

Manufactured: USA, France, Canada Manufacturer: Kodak: Eastman Kodak, Rochester, New York, USA, Kodak Pathé, France and Canadian Kodak Co. Limited. Produced: May 1949-Nov 1951 (non-sync model); Sept 1950-Jul 1961 (Flash model) ■ Film: 620, 6x6cm images ■ Viewfinder: Oversized brilliant, waist-level Flash: Built-in synchronization

History of Kodak

With the slogan "you press the button, we do the rest," George Eastman put the first simple camera into the hands of a world of consumers in 1888. In so doing, he made a cumbersome and complicated process easy to use and accessible to nearly everyone.

Since that time, the Eastman Kodak Company has led the way with an abundance of new products and processes to make photography simpler, more useful and more enjoyable. In fact, today's Kodak is known not only for photography, but also for images used in a variety of leisure, commercial, entertainment and scientific applications. Its reach increasingly involves the use of technology to combine images and information--creating the potential to profoundly change how people and businesses communicate.

Just as Eastman had a goal to make photography "as convenient as the pencil," Kodak continues to expand the ways images touch people's daily lives. The company ranks as a premier multinational corporation, with a brand recognized in virtually every country around the world.