Week 67 – Kodak Brownie Starflex

Introduced in 1957, the Starflex was all Brownie. As the 'star-' prefix implies, it uses 127 roll film. The “-flex” suffix denotes a TLR. The Starflex features a pair of simple fixed-focus lenses. The taking lens has two apertures selected by a lever; these are marked Color and B&W, corresponding to EV 13 and 14.

The viewing screen produces a large, bright image.

I've loaded mine with my last roll of Efke R100 and taken it on a family camping trip. Stay tuned.

REFERENCE:

Camera Wiki

Manual

eBay

 

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