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Kodak Eastman: Brownie Bullet
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1957-1964. 127 film camera. Upscale version of the Brownie Holiday.
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This was a Premium version of the Brownie Holiday camera made with a molded black plastic body, white controls, and aluminum faceplate. The camera had another name and was tagged as the “Camara Brownie Chiquita”. There is also a model labeled the "Camara Brownie Chiquita Flash" and the “Camera Brownie Chiquita” with the same manufacture dates as the Bullet (1957 to 1964), but most were made and sold in Brazil. These models are exact copies of the Brownie Holiday Flash (1953 to 1962) and the Brownie Bullet Camera with the face plate changed. They used 127 roll film that produced a picture 1 5/8” x 2 ½”. All models used a Dakon lens and had a rotary shutter. Most of these cameras were produced in Rochester New York and the numbers made is unknown. Most of this information came from “The Brownie Camera Page”.
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