If you like old film cameras, check out all of my reviews here! Or you can buy fresh, hand-respooled 620 film, such as from the Film Photography Project (here). A nice guide for collectors of kodak film and digital cameras. Image de Kodak Brownie Hawkeye avec des appareils photo vintage, Photographie numérique, Mono, Photo haute résolution, Wall Art, Téléchargement numérique imprimable OnePoetsVision. TheVintageShop5. Post … So your perspective is very helpful here. Press the shutter button when you’re ready. My experience with small waist-level viewfinders is that framing a level shot can be challenging. Image OriginFilm: Kodak Portra 400Scanner: NORITSU KOKI QSS-32_33. This is the best photo I made with the Brownie Hawkeye. The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye is capable of taking good pictures viewed at smaller sizes, however, there are a couple of reasons why you may not be satisfied after coming home with the developed pictures; one, a dirty lens, and two, an improperly working shutter. 30-day returns. I can’t help but wonder why they didn’t take the film to the drugstore. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. This camera and its type bring back very happy memories! KODAK VINTAGE BROWNIE CAMERA - Hawkeye Outfit with Flash PLUS a BABY Brownie! $49.99 + shipping. Item Information. From United States +C $21.18 shipping. Check these sources below before you post a question. C $18.68. I shy away from cameras that take 620 film. The Kodak Camera List. Kodak Brownie Hawkeye flash model review. You can probably use 120 film in this camera straight out of the box. or Best Offer. Une grande pièce décorative pour la maison ou le bureau. It was my father in laws. Belle conception à travers et à travers. However, you’ll notice two bent tabs on the metal “spring” arms which hold the film in place. Ce Hawkeye vintage est exactement ce que les paparazzi non professionnels utiliseraient. To get Down the Road in your inbox or feed reader, subscribe here. The woman in the middle of the group shot in front of the Falls looks like she’s saying “Wait a minute… where’s Bobby?” ?:D. 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 Brownie Hawkeye was introduced in 1949; the flash model followed in 1950. The lens has a fixed aperture in the range around f/16 and the focal length of the lens is somewhere in the 80mm range (these ar… The biggest problem with the Hawkeye Flash, or any box camera, is holding it steady during the exposure, and the lack of a cable release and tripod socket don’t help. Nice review of this great little box camera, and wonderful recovered images. I can’t wait to try it! Is this correct? Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model outfit. Need an estimate of value on a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash camera. The camera lens is a single element meniscus lens (glass or plastic) with a focusing distance fixed from 5 feet to infinity. Kodak Pony IV PT.NO. The button has nice travel and requires only moderate finger pressure. C $18.68. The Brownie Hawkeye was introduced in 1949; the flash model followed in 1950. I have 3 forks that say National Silver Co Sectional overlay Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera Flash Model Instruction Manual Owners Booklet Vtg. Kodak Brownie Hawkeyes are pretty simple cameras to … ?Scanner: NORITSU KOKI QSS-32_33. You can check it out here: No, it’s the angles. An untested Kodak Brownie Hawkeye in rough condition sold for only about $3. The shutters of the cameras are working. The lens has a … Then click the CAMEROSITY link in my post above and use it to decode when your Brownie Hawkeye was made! Wait… Film expires? Kodak Brownie Six-20 Junior Camera Model D. With flash contacts. A plastic box camera with flash synchronization and range finder, the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash camera has simple shutter and lens and uses type 620 roll film. Judging by the cars and the scenery, it appears that this family visited Niagara Falls in the late 1960s. C $50.57. ? Vintage Mid Century Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera Flash Model . Seller 100% positive. VINTAGE KODAK BROWNIE HAWKEYE CAMERA FLASH MODEL WITH BOX & PAPERWORK & TAG The more expired, the more interesting the results. Vintage KODAK HAWKEYE Pocket Instamatic 20 Camera Outfit, Flash Extender CIB. Favorite Add to Vintage camera Kodak Brownie Hawkeye flash model - item #4242 auctionjunkies. Going up in the air, in 1920! Information page about the BROWNIE HAWKEYE, Flash Model Camera. (Mine is on the bottom where the film stretches past on its way to the takeup spool.) The author holding his 1960s-era Kodak Brownie Hawkeye film camera. Folding Pocket Kodak No. (without bulbs.) Seller 100% positive. $24.93 + shipping. The shutter button doesn’t lock after you press it, so if you press it again you’ll get a double exposure. Silly question time. Kodak Brownie Hawkeye (Flash and non-flash model) - Sample Images. Modified cameras with flipped lens. 9,03 € Favori Ajouter à Caméra Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Bakelite JordansUpcycle. The original design did not have a flash facility, but the Flash model was … Here’s the Standard service station in Odell, IL. Kodak | Nikon. $69.50 + shipping. 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. Qui sait ce que ce petit bébé a vu. Oh oh, I have one of those!!! Vintage #177 Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model Camera Kodalite Flasholder 91F w/boxes. Info and Reviews: ... Kodak Brownie Hawkeye, Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash, Kodak Brownie Hawkeye sample image, medium. That’s so neat, finding a family’s old pictures in your camera. eBay.com eBay.co.uk eBay.ca IT'S FUN! Some partners do not ask for your consent to process your data, instead, they rely on their legitimate business interest. My dad had a Minox, and that one disappeared, too. Image OriginFilm: Agfa APX 100Scanner: ?? $10.99 + shipping. Closer shots and interesting effects can also be had by reversing the lens. Each roll of 620 film gives you 12 exposures, with each negative being 6x6cm (2 ¼ x 2 ¼ inches). It is worth looking for the no.13 close-up attachment which makes portraits possible at about 3.5 feet distance. 18,80 EUR. Dimensions: 12.5 x 9.5 x 10 cm. Passer au contenu principal.fr. Price: US $5.99. Introduction. New posts Monday through Saturday! Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model Review Kodak Moment #3, and the big three. This makes it still possible to shoot with 620 cameras, as all you need to do is re-roll 120 film onto a 620 spool (instructions here). For a long time afterwards the signs would have had “km/h” under the numerals. Its Bakelite plastic body probably looked modern and pleasant in those days, but certainly looked outdated in 1961 when this camera finally went out of production. Objet présentant quelques marques d'usure superficielle, entièrement opérationnel et fonctionnant correctement. My film choices aside, the Brownie Hawkeye did its job fine, delivering good sharpness even out into the corners. There were also examples labelled "Brownie Fiesta". This Brownie Hawkeye Camera, Flash Model makes a nice addition to a vintage camera collection! Appareil photo Kodak Brownie Hawkeye. Beautiful box camera with a bakelite case from the heyday of this type of camera. Kodak and Kodak Brownie user manuals from the collection. OVERVIEW The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye is a staple of the 1950's. Kodak brownie hawkeye instruction manual Kodak Brownie Hawkeye instruction manual, user manual, PDF manual, free manuals, instruction guide Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera Flash Model Camera at the best online prices at eBay! Brownie Hawk-eye camera Flash model 4 56 SH AAXX. When I get home from work today I’m checking out the photo rescue international link. Yours is the slightly older brother of mine. Ah, clearly you are wise in the ways of the Falls. Besides, it was inevitable, really, how can any camera collection be complete without at least one Brownie? The flash compatible units were produced from 1950-1961, and were sold by themselves, or in an "outfit" which included a flash unit, film, batteries, bulbs and of course the camera. 2 Brownie, Model D (here), and the Kodak Six-20 Brownie (here). Are you confused about a cleaning or a respooling issue? I have a Brownie Hawkeye Outfit Camera Flash model No. They cost $5.50 and $7, respectively, which is about $60 and $75 today. The flash model has two pins on the side that accept several Kodak flash units. My experience has been that a stiff shutter button is the leading cause of camera shake on these simple cameras! More» The camera lens is a single element meniscus lens (glass or plastic) with a focusing distance fixed from 5 feet to infinity. The Hawkeye is a medium-format box camera that utilizes 620 format film (more on that later). I love it when a simple camera gets good results, and so I was charmed when I saw the great images well-known camera guy Ken Rockwell got with a Brownie Hawkeye on Route 66. 127: Brownie Hawkeye Click here for more info. Many collectors report that some Brownie Hawkeyes accept 120 film on the supply spool, which would certainly make it less of a hassle to shoot with this camera. Particularly this camera (the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash) which I believe was produced sometime in the late 1950's and perhaps early 1960's. $28.95 previous price $28.95 + $9.00 shipping. ... Brownie Hawk-eye camera Flash model 4 56 SH AAXX. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller. I think I’ve seen that site before but I do think I knew it was Simon’s. However: your Brownie Hawkeye Flash need not still HAVE its flash attachment to be considered a BHF. I hope someday the family who is in the Niagara Falls photos finds them here. I immediately bought one. I only drove through the once, 20 years ago, and didn’t spend very much time. The original price was 7. Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model – From all sides. Kodak made this style Hawkeye camera without flash compatibility from 1949-1951. The tabs prevent the camera from properly closing with 120 loaded but clipping or bending the tabs out of the way will allow the slightly longer spool to fit in the camera! Sadly, my mother got rid of the camera when I left home for college. I figured $2.75 plus shipping was a good deal for a spool with a camera around it. I took it out and snapped a picture of it for you. Les meilleures offres pour Vintage KODAK Brownie hawkeye Flash modèle appareil photo en bakélite sont sur eBay Comparez les prix et les spécificités des produits neufs et d'occasion Pleins d'articles en livraison gratuite! Manufactured: US - Brownie Hawkeye & Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model Manufactured: France - Brownie Flash Camera Lens: Meniscus Shutter: Rotary Molded bakelite box camera from Eastman Kodak company Rochester New York USA in 1951 for sale for 5 and a half dollars, design by Arthur H. Crapsy who takes 12 photos on a 620 or 120 roll film. http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e193/ib30667/100_0426.jpg. 1949: 1951 : 620: Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model Click here for more info. The roll features several shots of the falls. So what is the average shelf life of film? Are you confused about a cleaning or a respooling issue? Old cameras rock! Tous les boutons et les fonctions semblent tous fonctionner comme le devrait. It is a glorified box camera, but such was the state of proletarian photography for much of the 20th century. The original design did not have a flash facility, but the Flash model was added in 1950 and labeled Kodak Brownie Flash in France. This camera uses 620 format film. 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. 4.5 out of 5 stars. Your photos are great. I also found two of these that expired in 1973. Add to Watchlist Unwatch. P.S. I’ve been to the Falls over half a dozen times since the 80s and I know the views reasonably well… that’s why that golden shot of the Falls with just grass and trees and nothing else is just so jaw-dropping… it really looks like a shot from the 19th Century. It really depends on the brand of film. 1Caractéristiques de l'objet État : Occasion: Objet ayant été utilisé. It’s the first caméra that I ever used as a boy . I own a few, as they’re plentiful; Kodak and other manufacturers puked out bazillions of them. Produced in Canada. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! The one I have is a later model, because of its plastic advance knob. Put the back on the camera, lock it closed with the little slider on top under the handle, and slowly turn the winding knob until 1 appears in the little red window on the camera’s back. But in 1995 Kodak discontinued 620 film, instantly orphaning them all. In 1949, the basic model in the form of the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye was released, and this camera was manufactured in the USA. To load film, clip in a new roll up top, thread the film around the back, and insert the film leader into a takeup spool on the bottom. Brownie Flash Six-20 Brownie Flashmite 20 Brownie Hawkeye Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model Brownie Holiday Brownie Holiday Flash Brownie Junior 620 Brownie Junior No.2 or No.2 Brownie Junior Brownie Model 1 Brownie Reflex Brownie Reflex 20 Brownie Reflex Synchro Model Brownie Special No. 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]. Kodak fitted glass lenses and viewfinders at first, but switched to plastic in later cameras. [4] The Brownie 127 was popular, [5] selling in the millions between 1952 and 1967. 620 film is nothing more than still-available 120 film wound onto thinner spools. Items listed on the Houston Camera Exchange website are also available in the main brick and mortar store located at 5900 Richmond Ave., Houston TX 77057. Image OriginFilm: Kodak Portra 160Scanner: ?? Thank you! Thank you! Adding to your cart. This same camera was also manufactured in France as Brownie Flash Camera. $22.29. 75,66 EUR + livraison . You should check out the link in the post above to the photos Ken Rockwell took with his — you’d never believe they came out of a simple box camera! But to be fair, the Brownie Hawkeye is a cute, stylish little Art Deco-inspired bakelite box camera that takes decent 6×6 pictures with its simple meniscus lens. We know what the camera looks like. Seller 99.9% positive. From shop TheVintageShop5. Camera Name On The Market Film Size; from to; Baby 'Hawkeye' (England) 1936? The handle has broken unfortunately. 21,77 EUR + livraison . 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. Condition:--not specified. Buy It Now +C $24.22 shipping estimate. He lives in Indiana and likes it. Glad you shared this. To see more from this camera, check out my Brownie Hawkeye gallery. Image OriginFilm: Kodak Portra 160 Scanner: Canon CanoScan 8800F, Image OriginFilm: ? $13.95 + $4.83 shipping. These look better to me than any of my Verichrome Pan work, but they are all underexposed and suffer from heavy color shifting. What happens when it expires? Made between: Non-flash: 1949 - 1951 Flash: 1950 - 1961, Lens: Single Element Meniscus, 81mm f/15 Optical design: 1 elements in 1 groups, http://camera-wiki.org/wiki/Kodak_Brownie_Hawkeye, http://kurtmunger.com/kodak_brownie_hawkeyeid149.html, http://www.butkus.org/chinon/kodak/kodak_brownie_hawkeye/kodak_brownie_hawkeye.htm. or two? $35.00 + $10.35 shipping. Here’s a pic of the label that’s inside: http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e193/ib30667/100_0439.jpg The word “YARM” is what I’m looking for, right? $69.50 + shipping. This review will cover the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye flash model from the 1950s. My secret hope is that the family in these photos will stumble upon this one day! We'll discuss both of these problems, and I'll offer corrective action. Vtg Kodak BROWNIE HAWKEYE Camera Flash Model with Kodalite Flasholder Attachment. KODAK brownie flash + boites + flash + boite de flash+1. In Cameras > Kodak Cameras > Show & Tell. Excellent état vintage. The design is iconic. Seller 100% … From United States. Might join the ” expired gang ” !! If you like simple box cameras and are willing to deal with the 620 film problem, you’ll like the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye. I like your b/w shots, very moody and timeless, and the grain just emphasises this. This is the Wagon Wheel Motel again, with our car parked outside. eBay.com eBay.co.uk eBay.ca IT'S FUN! For me, it’s less about the mechanics of the cameras than about a smaller, friendlier, more intimate America that seems to have disappeared. Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model click here to download a PDF version of this manual. If you're looking for information about the Brownie Hawkeye or Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model cameras, click here. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I’m guessing you’re concluding that these shots are from Ontario by the speed limit sign. I sent it right off to Film Rescue International, which specializes in getting images from long-expired film. That would be amazing if any of the people in the photo recognised themselves! Early cameras had metal winding knobs and little rivets next to the flash pins. Brownie Hawkeye Camera-Flash Model Instruction Booklet-1951-Picture Taking-Photo . Sign in to check out Check out as guest. However, no inscription inside to date it ! Kodak Cameras 141 of 219: 6. Weight: 0.627 gr. Kodak added these because back in the Fifties people were still buying and using the cheaper 120 film in this camera instead of the newer 620. Two neat Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash model cameras including a flash (Kodalite Flash holder). There are photographers who are totally into expired film. Add to cart . The Brownie was a long-running popular series of simple and inexpensive cameras made by Eastman Kodak.Introduced in 1900, it introduced the snapshot to the masses. Thank you for the infos. Vintage Used Kodak Brownie Hawkeye camera, Flash model, w/warranty. 5 KODAK METAL FILM CANS 35mm VINT... $15. The Brownie Hawkeye was pleasant to use, though: walk up, frame the shot, push the button. Any questions please ask! So if I’m reading the code right, it was manufactured “0253” or February, 1953. KODAK BROWNIE HAWKEYE Box Camera Flash Model 620 Film Collectible Untested. Sweet! Here’s a Flickr group some of them post to. Pressing the ridged gray button that wraps around the camera’s top right corner fires the shutter, which stays open for about 1/30 second. C $37.45. Love the old 60s found photographs Jim, what an unexpected treasure, especially the first one of the family! S p o n T s o 6 r e d R V Q I U H. Kodak Brownie HAWKEYE CAMERA Flash Model Vintage 1950s 1960s Collectible. Its long exposure button is marked L. If you like simple cameras like this, check out my reviews of the Agfa Clack (here), the Ansco B-2 Cadet (here), the Kodak Duaflex II (here), the Kodak No. Will post the one surviving shot later. Il peut s'agir d'un modèle de démonstration ou d'un objet retourné en magasin après une courte période d'utilisation. Mine has a CAMEROSITY code of CYRM, meaning it was made in November, 1953. If yours is one of the early ones I’d think it should take 120 no problem. Seller 100% positive. Image Origin Film: ?? Testez. Compte et listes Compte Retours et Commandes. I just picked one up at a thrift store and it looks as if the clearance is good for the wider spool ends. Thanks for reintroducing me to it! The Brownie Hawkeye Flash Camera was, and still is, one of the most popular cameras ever sold! There were also examples labelled "Brownie Fiesta" and "Brownie Flash". It was produced from 1950 until 1961. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller. Si Jimmy avait eu cela, il aurait pu attraper Clark Kent dans la cabine téléphonique et avait la preuve dont il avait besoin . This is a … You’ll find this sign in Springfield, MO. To frame a shot, hold the camera in front of your torso and look down into the viewfinder. Vtg Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera Flash Model Black Bakelite Photography 50s 60s. I just recovered the one that my parents used starting at least from the mid- fifties. Il est historiquement un produit marqué par une grande accessibilité. Vintage Mid Century Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera Flash Model . I also shot a roll of 620 Kodak Gold 200 expired since June of 1996, making this among the last rolls of 620 film Kodak produced. The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye takes 620 film. 177 T with original box. I…did not get the stunning results Rockwell did. The whole Brownie line was known for being easy to use and many a photographers could trace their first photographic experience back to a Brownie. The one I have … $12.95. I tweaked it heavily in Photoshop to reduce haze and boost contrast. From United States +C $21.18 shipping. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller From United States. Notice regarding product availability. Le boîtier est facile à ouvrir et se ferme fermement. $9.95. 5 out of 5 stars (1,052) $ 19.95. VINTAGE CAMERA EQUIPMENT LOT: KODAK Hawkeye Flash Outfit Box Instamatic X-15 Box. Seller 100% positive. I miss it sometimes. Features: - Brand: Kodak - Model: Brownie Hawkeye Model - Type: Box Roll Film - Approximate … All photographs are by Chuck Baker. 148883 &-61-CH-E. How to use your Six-20 and Six-16 Brownie Specials A special gift was hidden inside this Brownie Hawkeye – a roll of exposed Verichrome Pan film. The original design did not have a flash facility, but the Flash model was added in 1950 and labeled Kodak Brownie Flash in France. Vintage Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Duaflex Kodalite Flash Accessory 91F . Yup, YARM is Feb. ’53! Shutter works, not tested with film. Good luck! This kind of camera was in Everyman’s hands for many decades! Beautiful Examples of the History of Photography Whether you enjoy collecting cameras , learning about the history of photography, or simply enjoy looking at cameras from the past, vintage Kodak cameras are beautiful examples of the evolution of photographic technology. Used Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera Flash Model, Good Condition Product Availability and Preorders . • KODAK Brownie Hawkeye Camera Flash Model Camera from 1950 / 1961 • Camera is in top / new condition • I wonder if the camera has ever been used!! Still have a few old cameras — and they aren’t going anywhere ;-). If you pull up the smooth gray button that wraps around the camera’s top left corner, the shutter stays open as long as you hold the shutter button down. Image OriginFilm: Kodak Ektar 100Scanner: Canon 9000F, Image OriginFilm: Kodak Ektar 100Scanner: Microtek i900. Seller 100% positive. Seller 100% positive. 610 box camera. Kodak is a technology company providing industry-leading hardware, software, consumables and services for commercial print, packaging and publishing. Recent Blog Posts. Really beautiful camera, no idea if it works! Just one. Seller 100% positive. For on thing, you can’t really see American Falls from the United States; they face Ontario. Kodak Brownie Flash Six -20 Camera antique photography Made in the U.S.A. 18,50 EUR. That film is very hardy so I was surprised by these results. Or check out all of my camera reviews here. OK I’ll admit I only bought this one so I could have an extra 620 spool for my Reflex II. Vintage Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model CameraSKU#221568B Get a chance to own a piece of photography equipment from the past with this vintage Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model camera from Kodak. Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera Flash Model Kodalite IV Field Case EXCELLENT SHAPE! La sangle vous aidera à rester stable pendant Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model Twin Lens Reflex Style Bakelite Box Camera for Use with 620 Film 1950-1961 CanemahStudios 5 out of 5 stars (1,052) Kodak Eastman: Brownie Reflex (1946-1960) A fairly neat camera given its age. Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model click here to download a PDF version of this manual. I first loaded some 620 Kodak Verichrome Pan that expired in September of 1985. They were cheap, easy to use, and produced sharp 3½ x 3½ prints from about 10' to infinity with the non-focusing, internal meniscus lens. +C $28.39 shipping estimate. Vintage Kodak Hawkeye Instamatic Flasholder No C115F NOS NIB Photography Camera. In a similar vein, are you aware of Simon Hawkett’s fascinating “Found Film” blog? Check these sources below before you post a question. The lens is capable of surprising sharpness if you can overcome the wiggle. Brownie Junior Six-20 (1933-) [4] Brownie Hawkeye (1949 – 1961) : En bakélite noire et surmonté d’un flash; Brownie 110 (1980) : Lancé en format 110, pour le centenaire de la fondation de Kodak [2] If you shoot expired film, or shoot film and allow it to expire, you can get interesting results. Fortunately, the shutter button works smoothly. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window), Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window), Then there was the time I-70 jumped out in front of my car, http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e193/ib30667/100_0426.jpg, http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e193/ib30667/100_0439.jpg.