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Designed by eastman kodaks camera designer frank a. Vintage eastman kodak no. The brownie was a long running popular series of simple and inexpensive cameras made by eastman kodakintroduced in 1900 it introduced the snapshot to the masses. Eastman kodak introduced the new brownie dollar box camera in 1900.
This great camera was. To take a snapshot all one had to do was pop in a cartridge of film close the door hold the camera at waist height aim it by looking through the viewfinder at the top and turn a switch. The kodak trademark was registered on september 4 1888 and the eastman kodak company was founded in 1892. It was a basic cardboard box camera with a simple meniscus lens that took 2 14 inch square pictures on 117 roll film.
Created and maintained by chuck baker. The release was supported by a major advertising campaign. Brownell the brownie camera was little more than a simple black rectangular cardboard box covered in imitation leather with nickeled fittings. The name brownie was chosen primarily because of the popularity of a childrens book of cartoons of the same name and partly because the camera was initially manufactured for eastman by frank brownell of rochester new york.