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A classic camera from Kodak introduced in 1946, this camera is different from most of the other Kodak instant cameras. The Brownie Flash Six-20 camera was quite a popular camera, in part because of it's indestructibility. Though it lacks multiple apertures it has features like a built-in portrait lens, multiple exposure guard, and tripod socket. It even has a little tab that when folded out acts to level this odd shaped camera. This unique camera has been re-purposed into a wonderful bookshelf lamp (perfect for that den or office shelf unit). Edison bulb included that is fully dim able and adds to the nostalgia of its time. Size 5x5x9

Brownie Flash Six-20

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