Kodak Brownie Starlet
(Redirected from Kodak Rio-400)
image by Silvio Tanaka (Image rights)
|Rio-400 - made in Brazil|
image by John Kratz (Image rights)
image by AWCam (Image rights)
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The Brownie Starlet is a simple plastic fixed focus camera made by Kodak starting in 1957. It was one of the very successful "Star" series of Brownies.
A similar camera, without the flash contacts, was the Brownie Bullet II, made in the US from August 1961 - November 1968, which was also made as the Rio-400 in Brazil. The Rio-400 was made in 1965 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Rio de Janeiro. A different camera also called Brownie Starlet was made in the UK in 1953-4 for export to the US; this was a rebadged version of the Brownie 127
- Type: Viewfinder
- Manufacturer: Kodak, USA & France
- In production: July 1957-June 1962 (US, France, Australia)
- Film: 127, 4x4cm images.
- Lens: Dakon, two apertures
Brownie Starlet II
The Brownie Starlet II is simply a name variant of the Kodak Brownie Fiesta.
|Brownie Starlet II|
image by Pepe Pascual Grau (Image rights)
- Coe, Brian, Kodak Cameras, the First Hundred Years, Hove Foto Books, 1987
- Brownie Starlet manual (French) at Browniecam.com
- Starlet II at Sylvain Halgand's www.collection-appareils.fr (in French)
- Other Brownie Starlet images at Camera-wiki.org's Flickr pool