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Camera Review: Kodak Brownie Hawkeye, Flash Model

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model – Front and back halves Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model – Front half. The body of the camera is manufactured from molded Bakelite plastic and has a convenient carry strap integrated into the top of the body. Forward of the handle is the viewfinder, which is the waist-level, uncorrected (reversed) image type.

Camera name: Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model
Format: 620 rollfilm or 120 film
Camera type: Box camera
Image format: 6x6 (2 1/4 X 2 1/4"), 12 exposures per roll

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The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye is a Bakelite box camera that takes 12 6x6cm images on 620 film, made in the USA and France by Kodak, between 1949-1961. There were also examples labelled "Brownie Fiesta" and "Brownie Flash". The original design did not have a flash facility, but the Flash model was added in 1950 and called the Brownie Flash in France and the Kodak Brownie

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye (Flash and non-flash model) – Sample

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye. (Flash and non-flash model) - Sample Images. Info and Reviews: Made between: Non-flash: 1949 - 1951. Flash: 1950 - 1961. Lens: Single Element Meniscus, 81mm f/15. Optical design: 1 elements in 1 groups.

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Brownie Hawk-eye camera Flash model 8 65 JPS AXX. Kodak Pony IV PT.NO. 148883 &-61-CH-E. How to use your Six-20 and Six-16 Brownie Specials 8-41-CH-AEX. How to use your Brownie 127 camera 5/41/88/23bTF150756. How to use your Six-20 Folding ‘Browniecamera with f/6.3 lens and …

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Brownie Hawk-eye Flash Model at Historic Camera

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Brownie Hawk-eye Flash Model was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company from May 1949 to July 1961. Capable of taking exposures, 2 1/4 X 2 1/4 inches on number 620 roll film. Several models were produced including a Brownie Hawkeye and a Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model. Constructed of bakelite and fitted with a fixed focus Meniscus Lens with

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera Flash Model - YouTube

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The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera Flash Model was, and remains, one of the most popular film cameras ever produced. During the 1950's, more family snapshots

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Kodak Brownie Flash for sale - eBay

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Vintage Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Camera Outfit in Original Box Model 177K. $24.99. 1 bid. $25.05 shipping. Ending Saturday at 2:51PM PST. 2d 22h.

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Shoting with the Brownie Hawkeye

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In a previous article I discussed how to actually capture non-flash images using the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye camera. Since the Hawkeye has a fixed aperture and shutter speed, being able to change the amount of light striking the film becomes problematic.

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Brownie Hawkeye Flash - Flickr

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This is for the Brownie Hawkeye Flash. However: your Brownie Hawkeye Flash need not still HAVE its flash attachment to be considered a BHF. posting shots made WITH the Brownie, rather than digitally through its viewfinder, or just photos taken of a Brownie Hawkeye Flash. We know what the camera looks like. 30 for free members) Members

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Shoting with the Brownie Hawkeye - Bruce Varner

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Image 2 (Hawkeye Camera Used For Testing) The Hawkeye has: A fixed aperture of “f15”**, and a fixed Shutter of “1/40*** second. This means that ALL changes to exposure can only be accomplished by using different film speeds &/or filtration. Therefore knowing what lighting situation you will be shooting in, and choosing the correct film speed with which to load the camera is a critical

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Welcome. The Kodak 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]. There were also examples labelled "Brownie Fiesta". The original design did not have a flash facility, but the Flash model was added in 1950 and labeled Kodak Brownie Flash in France.

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Brownie Hawkeye – Conversion from 620 to 120 film – Dave

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The Brownie Hawkeye takes 620 film, unfortunately no one makes 620 anymore. However, all is not lost. Kodak, Fuji and many others still produce 120 film in color and black and white. With a tiny bit of work, you can use 120 film in your Hawkeye. 120 & 620 film are exactly the same film, nothing is different between them other than the spools

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1951_1959 - DigiCamHistory

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KODAK BROWNIE HAWKEYE CAMERA FLASH MODEL - 1950-61. (Model 240, shown above, was for use with camera Models 95, 95A, 95B, 100, 150, 160, 700, 800, 850 and 900). Xerox named their first product the 914 because it could reproduce documents up to 9 inches by 14 inches in size. It took about 15 seconds for the first copy to come out, and 7

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Cleaning Instructions and Owners

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Check the first page out if you were linked here from another site, it’s a general overview of the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye, with specifications, product shots, original accessories, film issues, loading film, shooting tips and sample shots, with two full sized scans so you can check out the real capabilities of this camera. The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye is capable of taking good pictures viewed …

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BROWNIE HAWKEYE, Flash Model Camera - Includes Photo - The

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Information page about the BROWNIE HAWKEYE, Flash Model Camera. It was produced from 1950 until 1961. The original price was 7. This …

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Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model Camera - Etsy

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Kodak BROWNIE HAWKEYE Camera Flash Model with Kodalite IV Flash Free Shipping OurLeftovers 5 out of 5 stars (2,872) Star Seller $ 50.00 FREE shipping Add to Favorites Shipping policies vary, but many of our sellers offer free shipping when you purchase from them. Typically, orders of $35 USD or more (within the same shop) qualify for free

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye - Camerapedia - Fandom

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash. 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. There were also examples labelled "Brownie Fiesta". The original design did not have a flash facility, but the Flash model was added in 1950 and labeled Kodak Brownie Flash in France.

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera Flash Model - Flickr

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kodak brownie hawkeye camera flash model page 24 by Mario Groleau This site uses cookies to improve your experience and to help show content that is more relevant to your interests. By using this site, you agree to the use of cookies by Flickr and our partners as described in our cookie policy .

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Why I Still Shoot with a Vintage Kodak Brownie Hawkeye

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The author holding his 1960s-era Kodak Brownie Hawkeye film camera. All photos ©Michael Chiusano Today’s digital cameras have become so adept at almost any shooting situation that, paradoxically, they can inhibit creativity by always delivering a technically perfect result. With little effort, a photographer can produce a sharp, clear, well-exposed image, color balanced and, well, a bit too

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The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash - Blogger

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The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash. I was given one of these cameras by my family when I was about twelve. It came in a Kodak yellow, black and red box along with a flash gun, a soft plastic shield for the reflector, and about a half-dozen big flashbulbs. I don't specifically recall any photos that I made with the camera; I'm sure they were quite

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model Review - This Old Camera

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OVERVIEWThe Kodak Brownie Hawkeye is a staple of the 1950's. The design is iconic. You might recognize it as the one spoofed in Fallout 4, or at the very lea

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How to Renovate, Clean, and Paint a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye

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Putting the shutter mechanism back on the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye. 1. Firstly, place the grey button (marked with a “B”) in to the left hand slot on …

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Vintage Kodak BROWNIE HAWKEYE Camera, Flash, FlashGuard

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Vintage Kodak BROWNIE HAWKEYE Camera, Flash, FlashGuard. This vintage Kodak Brownie Hawkeye camera comes complete with flash attachment and protective cover. The front is marked, "Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera Flash Model." The label on the flash hood says, "Kodalite Flasholder. Made in Rochester, N.Y., U.S.A. by Eastman Kodak Company.

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Amazon.com : Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash [Antique

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I have been an antique camera collector for many years, and I just love the old Kodak line of Brownie Box cameras. Particularly this camera (the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash) which I believe was produced sometime in the late 1950's and perhaps early 1960's. The one I have is a later model, because of its plastic advance knob.

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash - Modern flashes? - Photrio

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The Brownie Hawkeye was a marvel of midcentury manufacturing engineering. It was inexpensive, but decent. Of course there were hoards of far nicer and more versatile camera's on the market. And there were hoards of cheap tin junk, too. But the Hawkeye was both decent quality and manufactured at a cost that put it in reach of the average consumer.

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Kodak's Brownie Hawkeye Camera - Steve's Genealogy Blog

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The Brownie Hawkeye with Flash Attachment. SOURCE: The Brownie Hawkeye with Flash Attachment. Photographed by Stephen J. Danko on 30 Dec 2007. The Brownie Hawkeye was introduced by the Kodak Company in September 1950 and was discontinued in July 1961. My family used this camera from about 1953-1965 and I still have most of the square

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Outfit - The Madecine Shop

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KODAK BROWNIE HAWKEYE FLASH. PRODUCT ID: MF.100823. OVERVIEW. This camera has got Americana written all over it. Nearly every family in the U.S. had one for those snapshots to document trips over the new national freeway system. Not much to operating this one…look thru the waist-level finder, and push the shutter release…rewind till the

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Kodak Brownie Over a million of these cameras were made. This particular model, the No.3 Model B was made in Canada between 1911 and 1917 (See Brownie-Camera No. 3). This camera has the film tension spring on the film, not the spool. f/stops: 0.388", 0.281", 0.16"

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The story of the humble Brownie camera that took over the

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Hawkeye Brownie Flash Model (Sept 1950 – July 1961). Children under the age of 16 were also encouraged to join the Brownie Camera Club, a …

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera - Etsy

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$ 55.00 FREE shipping Add to Favorites 1950's Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera with Flash and Bulb - Amazing Condition for Age Kodak BROWNIE HAWKEYE Camera Flash Model with Kodalite IV Flash Free Shipping OurLeftovers 5 out of 5 stars (2,819) $

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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Camera - KRPhoto

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A less common model, Brownie Hawkeye Camera (1949-1951), was identical to the Brownie Hawkeye Flash Camera but didn't have flash synchronization. Collector's value: $10-20. It's interesting to note that another variation of this camera was made for the French market called the "Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model" and was made in France.

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ipernity: Rejuvenating Your Kodak Brownie Hawkeye by HaarFager

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And you can be proud to carry it around with you for all your photographic needs. I've found that my Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash cameras can produce some excellent pictures. Below is a picture I took in 2009 with a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash camera made in 1957 and I acquired in 1977. You can see that they can still make some really nice images:

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Camera Flash Bulbs In Vintage Box Cameras for sale - eBay

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Vintage Kodak Brownie Starflex Camera Outfit Neck Strap Flash Unit w bulbs & Box. $17.99. Was: $35.99. $11.44 shipping.

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Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model : The Brownie Camera Page Store

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The Brownie Camera Page Store > Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model. The Brownie Hawkeye Flash Camera was, and still is, one of the most popular cameras ever sold! All photographs are by Chuck Baker. The Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model 3" x 3 Magnet $4.99:

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Brownies Buy and Sell Top Level - Greenspun

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Brownie Hawkeye/Flash inc. Brownie Model C for sale (Bill SIndelar, [email protected], 2001-06-21) Brownie Hawkeye w/ Flash and Original Box (John Reichenbach, [email protected], 2001-06-21) Looking for a Baby Brownie circa 1950 (Sayoko Endo, [email protected], 2001-06-21) brownie holiday camera (janice glasco, [email protected], …

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brownie hawkeye camera - eBay

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Vintage Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera Flash With Kodalite Super M4 Flasholder. C $37.09. Top Rated Seller. Top Rated Seller. or Best Offer. +C $37.36 shipping estimate. from United States. J A S G P p o n s H 8 R o C r e d H Z I.

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Amazon.com: Customer reviews: Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash

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I have been an antique camera collector for many years, and I just love the old Kodak line of Brownie Box cameras. Particularly this camera (the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash) which I believe was produced sometime in the late 1950's and perhaps early 1960's. The one I have is a later model, because of its plastic advance knob.

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brownie hawkeye - eBay

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KODAK BROWNIE HAWKEYE CAMERA FLASH MODEL W/ KODALITE FLASHHOLDER MADE IN CANADA. C $18.58. or Best Offer +C $24.64 shipping. S p o A n R 3 F s 0 o J r 6 N e d 5 J. VINTAGE ANTIQUE KODAK BROWNIE HAWKEYE FLASH CAMERA MODEL FREE SHIPPING. C $18.28. Buy It Now. from United States. 1 B X S p o n S s o r e Y d 7 N 0. Vintage Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Box

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Shooting the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye - Photo.net Photography

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Thanks, Bruce, for the info. The Brownie has a flash sync that is timed for bulbs, but it can be adjusted so it works with electronic flash, which expands its usefulness in dimly lighted settings. One thing I've done, if the light is dim enough, is to set the Brownie's shutter to Long exposure, trip and hold the shutter, and then manually fire

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SF bay area for sale "vintage camera" - craigslist

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Kodak Vintage: Slide Carousel, Chemicals, Camera accessories $5- $80. $5 (noe valley) pic hide this posting restore restore this posting. $800. favorite this post Nov 19.

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Flipped lens Brownie Hawkeye + modern strobes - Photrio

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Here is a scanned shot from a Brownie Hawkeye with an unflipped lens. The selectively bleached and brown toned print does a better job of conveying a feeling that matches my title for the print: "Wraiths". Matt. Photography is a complex and fluid medium, and its many factors are not applied in simple sequence.

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When did the Brownie Hawkeye Flash model come out?

Sept 1950-July 1961: This is the Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model which is capable of accepting a wide range of Kodak pin and screw flash attachments. This same camera was also manufactured in France as Brownie Flash Camera. Fun Facts: The Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model Camera is recognized as one of the most popular Brownie cameras made.

What kind of camera is the Brownie Hawkeye?

May 1949-Nov 1951: This is the Brownie Hawkeye non-synchronised non-flash model. Sept 1950-July 1961: This is the Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model which is capable of accepting a wide range of Kodak pin and screw flash attachments. This same camera was also manufactured in France as Brownie Flash Camera.

When did the Kodak Hawkeye flash camera come out?

Kodak made a slew of cameras bearing the moniker ‘Brownie’ from roughly 1900 till the mid 1980s, ranging from box cameras to folders and frequently only having the name in common. The Brownie Hawkeye was available first as simply the Brownie Hawkeye camera and then flash capability was added to make it the Brownie Hawkeye Flash camera.

How do you open a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye?

To open the camera, find the lever on the top of the camera where the strap attaches, slide the handle forward and then slide the front of the camera away from the back. Removing the strap from the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye 1. The strap is secured in two places as you can see.

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