Kodak Brownie Starflash camera, made by Kodak Australasia, 1958-1962. It was probably made in Kodak's Abbotsford factory but may have been made when the camera assembly section moved to Coburg in 1961.

This popular snapshot camera is part of the Kodak Star range of cheap, easy to use cameras. It has a plastic body, fixed focus Dakon lens and used 127 roll film. It has a built-in flash with a parabolic reflector and used a single, small flash bulb.

The blue model Brownie Starflash is thought to have been made between March 1958 and February 1962.

Physical Description

Blue plastic moulded camera with parabolic reflector mounted at the top of the camera which holds a flash bulb. It has a black strap.

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