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Brownie Movie Camera f/2.7 lens Model II
Brownie Movie Camera f/2.7 model 2
MANUFACTURER: Kodak Ltd. US/UK
INTRODUCTION DATE: 3/56
PRODUCTION DATES: 4/58
STANDARD LENSES: Cine-
SPEED: 16 frames / second
VIEWFINDER:folding Sports Viewfinder
FILM: 8 mm
Kodak dealer catalogue 1958
This camera is just what the amateur has been waiting for a really simple, inexpensive 8mm. movie camera which is easy to use and which takes top quality pictures in full rich colour or black and white. All the user has to do is load, set the lens aperture according to the built in guide, and press the exposure lever.
A 'Lumenized' f/2-
Lens and Mount:
The fast 'Lumenized' 13mm. 'Cine-
Finger tip click-
The collapsible viewfinder is of the open frame type. A flick of the finger erects it to the aiming position. The front frame is marked for parallax correction at 2 feet and 4 feet.
There is a slot in the camera side to take the exposure guide card packed with each roll of 'Cine-
The 'Brownie' Movie Camera Model II loads with 25 feet rolls of economical 'double-
Should a spool be incorrectly placed on its spindle, the cover will not slip into position.
Wound by a large butterfly-
A flat exposure lever protrudes from the front of the camera, where the index finger can conveniently operate it. For normal running the lever is pressed down; the motor stops immediately pressure is re-
The indicator is directly geared to the motor and shows at a glance how much film remains to be exposed.
Though the 'Brownie' Movie Camera Model II is essentially designed to be hand held for normal operation, a £ in. Whitworth thread bush in the base allows it to be mounted on any Standard tripod for extra steady shooting.
The 'Brownie' Movie Camera Model II is sturdily built of aluminium and beautifully designed to meet the taste of the most critical cine-
A strong 'ever-