Kodak Hawkeye Flashfun

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The Kodak Hawkeye Flashfun is a simple camera made of plastics for 127 format films. It was made by Kodak in Toronto, Canada, between 1961 and 1967.

It has only one aperture and a single speed rotary shutter.

The back panel behind the flash reflector hides 2 AA size batteries to power the flash, which takes AG-1 flashbulbs.

The clamp on close-up lens in the picture is an accessory which makes it possible to shoot as close as 1 1/8" (appr. 30cm). The lens was made by Kodak USA and has "attachment no. 6A" imprinted, suggesting more different accessory lenses were available.