State of the art in photography for the amateur at a cost of only $6.00.


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First introduced in 1900 the Kodak Brownie cameras were produced for decades and came in many variations. This helps to explain the quality of many of the images that DPI acquires. Without the use of 21st century photo editing software it would be impossible to present acceptable images. A recent Kodak Brownie acquired by DPI is featured here.

In 1946 the Kodak Brownie Flash Six-20 was a state of the art camera for the average amateur photographer who could only afford the $6.00 cost for a camera.