THE LAST KODAK BROWNIE
1986


Originally introduced in February 1900, the original Kodak Brownie camera created an absolute empire which would continue for the next 86 years. Many hundreds of different variations of Brownie cameras were made over those decades, with many millions sold. The Brownie camera was an inexpensive and simple camera meant for amateur photographers. They were classic "point and shoot" cameras with little or no fuctional options.

This is the very last Brownie Kodak ever produced, made only in Brazil in 1986 but marketed in Australia (and perhaps other countries). Not a lot is known about this unusual model. There are many references to it as the last Brownie, but few details (see the Brownie Camera Site). This ultimate Brownie is very rarely seen today. This example is new-old-stock, unused, still in its original box with accessories and instructions.





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