A rough and tumble old Brownie Bull's Eye camera. This little guy has seen some action in his day, and has the scars to show for it. I use this as a prop, but my son insists I need to purchase him film so he can use it.
The shutter still works with both settings: Instant and Time, but the exterior of the camera is in pretty shabby shape. The Bakelite is scratched up in several places, and it's just generally kind of old looking. As it should be.
The Brownie Bullseye is made for 620 film and has atwindar lens. The winder on the side and it has a skinny neck strap. This little Kodak measures approximately 5" tall and weighs approximately 1 1/2 pounds. I can't image taking images with this vintage box camera today.
Cameras have certainly come a long way.
About Tiaras & Tantrums: Rese is a mom of three. She enjoys home educating her kiddos, taking photos, and traveling the globe. Rese is a family lifestyle photographer and home educator. Connect with Rese on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+. Sign up via email for the latest updates from Tiaras & Tantrums.