Kodak Baby Brownie
|Kodak Baby Brownie|
(Export Version with B setting)
image by Siim Vahur (Image rights)
The Baby Brownie is a small, basic camera (art decó style), made of Bakelite with a flip-up frame viewfinder. The shutter is operated by the lever under the lens. Cameras made for export have a "brief/time" button, above the lens. Both of these cameras were made in the USA. The cameras were manufactured from 1934 to 1941 in the USA and from 1948 to 1952 in the UK.
- Inventor (Design Patent): Walter Dorwin Teague
- Manufacturer: Kodak, Kodak Ltd.
- Produced between: 1934 - 1952
- Lens: Meniscus
- Shutter: Rotary
- Film type: 127
- Picture size: 6 x 4 cm
- Kodak Baby Brownie user manual at Butkus.org
- Baby Brownie Patent - USD92830S, granted to Walter Dorwin Teague in July 1934
- Baby brownie export at Au fil des images (in French)
- Baby Brownie uk on www.collection-appareils.fr by Sylvain Halgand (in French)