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The Brownie Bull's-Eye was a Bakelite Box camera made by Kodak between 1954 & 1960 Box Camera, Cool Camping Gadgets, Brownie Camera, Iphone Gadgets, Kodak Camera, Future Gadgets, Camera Design, Vintage Film Camera, Photo Deco

Kodak Brownie Bull's-Eye

The Brownie Bull's-Eye was a Bakelite Box camera made by Kodak between 1954 & 1960, designed by Arthur H Crapsey (who also designed the highly successful Kodak Brownie Star series). The body featured an eye-level viewfinder and a large shutter-release button on the front vertical edge, in front of the winding knob. It was available in black (with light-grey winding knob, focus & shutter-release)- from 1954-1958, or a beige colour (called "gold", with black controls) from 1958-1960[1]…

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Jennifer Catlin
How Many of These Seven Iconic Cameras Do You Know About? | Light Stalking Box Camera, Brownie Camera, The Long Goodbye, Kodak Camera, Antique Cameras, Camera Obscura, Old Cameras, Old Boxes, Old Camera

How Many of These Seven Iconic Cameras Do You Know About?

Photography has been around quite a while now and whilst there have been thousands of makes and models of camera, few ever reach the status of iconic. Today we are going to take a subjective look at seven cameras that moulded photography to what we know today. The Box Brownie This is perhaps, photography’s Ford Model T moment. A mass produced camera that the masses could afford. Launched in 1900 by Eastman Kodak the Brownie was simplicity itself, the earliest versions being nothing but a…

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Coronet Eclair Lux Vintage Box Camera | ©1950's. Made in France by Tiranty for Coronet.   All metal box cam, 120 film for 6x9cm Pinhole Camera, Box Camera, Camera Ideas, 35mm Film Photography, Best Digital Camera, Antique Cameras, 120 Film, Classic Camera, Old Cameras

Coronet Eclair Lux Vintage Box Camera

©1950's Made in France by Tiranty for Coronet All metal box cam, 120 film for 6x9cm So VERY excited to FINALLY have one of these! I've tried for years to get one of these at a reasonable price here in the States, it just did not seem possible! Another one off of my never ending "hot" list. Gorgeous little box camera, very pleased with it!

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Patrick Claflin
Teddy Camera Model "A" Box Camera, Pinhole Camera, Photo Deco, Antique Cameras, Newark Nj, Camera Obscura, Classic Camera, Film Photography 35mm, Old Cameras

Teddy Camera Model "A"

The Teddy Camera is a stamped-metal box camera, made c.1924 by the Teddy Camera Company of Newark, NJ. The camera came with a set of sensitized cards, and made 2" x 3½" prints, developed on-the-spot within a tubular developing tank which attached to the bottom. My example is a bit banged up, and doesn't have the developing tank, but as a collector, you take what you can get with a camera as hard-to-find as this one is. I figured I might have a better chance of finding one locally, since I…

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Carla Shelton Knight
It was a wooden box with the bellows and lens from a folding camera mounted at… Pinhole Camera, Folding Camera, Old Man Standing, Camera Concept, Large Format Photography, Piazza Della Signoria, Large Format Camera, Diy Camera, Elderly Woman

"Cuban Polaroid" is ultra-low-tech camera, darkroom all in one - Make:

It was a wooden box with the bellows and lens from a folding camera mounted at one end with a complete darkroom inside. Using photographic printing paper the photographer would expose a sheet of paper for the negative, develop, stop, and fix it inside the camera, then put a copy stand on the camera and photograph the negative (to obtain a positive), develop, stop, and fix, then wash the final print in a coffee can of water attached to his homemade tripod.

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