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    Default Brownie cameras?

    Hi

    What's unique about a "brownie"?

    Also, what type of film does the following camera use?
    http://page.auctions.shopping.yahoo....6?aucview=0x30

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    Default Re: Brownie cameras?

    Originally posted by Juvelyn
    Hi

    What's unique about a "brownie"?

    Also, what type of film does the following camera use?
    http://page.auctions.shopping.yahoo....6?aucview=0x30
    Brownie? Tastes good.

    But seriously, a Brownie is what they called Kodak's early 35mm cameras.

    The camera in the auction probably uses 120 film (medium format).

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    CK

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    I think the brownie uses a film that can't be found today... 210,110 or something
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    they uses the discontinued rollfilm, 620... however, there's a adaptor which allows them to use the roll film 120

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    Originally posted by Almond
    they uses the discontinued rollfilm, 620... however, there's a adaptor which allows them to use the roll film 120
    wat do they call the adaptor?

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