Kodak Brownie Fiesta

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The dark bakelite 1950s Brownie Fiesta (including its "Flash model") is a name variant of the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye.

The Kodak Brownie Fiesta was a viewfinder camera for 127 film. Kodak produced many Brownie Fiestas at a plant in Buenos Aires (Argentina), typically labeled Cámara rather than "camera." The Brownie Fiesta 3 and Brownie Fiesta R4 were minor revisions.

A version of this camera also appeared under the name Brownie Starlet II, differing from the original design of the Kodak Brownie Starlet.

specification (Argentine model)

  • Type: viewfinder camera
  • Manufacturer: Kodak Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Years of production: 1962 to 1970
  • Film: roll film of type No. 127
  • Lens: 1:11 meniscus lens


Argentine model

American model

Spanish model