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by bill339 » Sun Jan 25, 2015 11:16 am

The Brownie Flash Six-20 camera has a metal box body and has a rather strange shape. It features an optical direct vision finder, a built-in close-up lens, and time exposure capability. It accepts a cumbersome flashgun and was renamed from the Six-20 Flash Brownie Camera. The camera was quite a popular camera, in part because of its indestructability. Though it lacks multiple apertures it has features like a built-in portrait lens, multiple exposure guard, and tripod socket. It even has a little tab that when folded out acts to level this odd shaped camera. It uses 620 roll film that produced a picture size of 2 ¼” x 3 ¼” (5.715cm x 8.255cm) and the film plus camera was manufactured in the US. The film is only available as new old expired stock and you take a chance when you purchase a roll. The camera was introduced in July of 1946 and discontinued in January of 1955. It has a Meniscus lens, rotary shutter and sold for $6.00 new. Most of this information was gleaned from THE BROWNIE CAMERA PAGE.

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