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Boy Scout Brownie

Kodak Boy Scout Brownie Camera

Type: Box rollfilm
Introduced: Oct 1932
Discontinued: Dec 1932
Film size: 120
Picture size: 2 1/4 X 3 1/4"
Manufactured: US
Lens: Meniscus
Shutter: Rotary
Numbers made: ?
Original price: $2.00


Description:
The Boy Scout Brownie, fashioned after the extremely popular No. 2 Brownie models, featured a front panel with geometric pattern and the American Boy Scout emblem.

Fun Facts:
The Boy Scout Brownie camera was copied from the No. 2 Brownie line of cameras. The first No. 2 Brownie, manufactured in 1901, introduced 120 roll film. Before digital, this was the roll-film size of choice for professional medium format photographers. 120 size film is the longest continuously available film. As of this writing it has been available for 110 years!


There is also a Six-20 Boy Scout Brownie manufactured from 1933-1934.





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