The Brownie camera, 1981, in presentation pack. Renamed version of Kodak A1 camera, 110 cartridge. Kodak Ltd. The Kodak Brownie Camera was introduced in Spring 1980 ansd discontinued in 1982. It was identical to the Kodak Pocket A1 Camera of 1978, but was renamed the Kodak Brownie in 1980 to mark the centenary of George eastman's founding of the company. Probably the least valuable of all the Brownies but still a collectors item as it was the last camera to bear the Brownie name.
- Photographic Technology
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- pocket camera
- The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
- Permanent collection
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