No 0 Brownie Camera
Eastman Kodak Company
|Name:||No 0 Brownie Camera|
|Manufacturer:||Eastman Kodak Co.|
|Country of Origin:||USA|
|Construction:||Simple construction of card with a wooden film
carrier. The back is hinged at the lower edge and kept closed by a
simple sprung clip on the top face.
The camera has two reflecting viewfinders.
|Production Period:||1914 - 1935 (US)
1928 - 1930 (UK - assembly)
|Plate / Film Size:||127 rollfilm (1⅝" x 2½")|
|Dimensions (w x h x l):|
|Date of this Example:||c1930|
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The No 0 Brownie Camera consists is a simple box camera for 127 film size. According to Coe , it was made in the US over a long period but assembled in the UK in 1929-1930.
This example is generally good condition, with only minor marking to surface and limited corrosion to metalwork, which is otherwise bright.
The No 0 Brownie Camera is sometime mistakenly identified as the smallest box camera produced by Kodak. It is not - that honour goes to the No 00 Premo Box Camera.