Kodak Brownie II

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The Kodak Brownie II was a 110 film pocket camera. It was made in 1987 in Brazil. It had a red flip grip as case and it used flipflashes for flash photography. It had an optical viewfinder, a Kodar lens, an aperture switch with weather symbols and film-advance by a little shifter in the bottom. The Brownie series of cameras began in 1900, and this was the last camera to carry the Brownie name.