Today I wanted to share with you my newest addition to my vintage camera collection the Kodak No.0 Brownie made between 1928-1935. I bought this lovely and unique camera for $20 just a few weeks ago while antiquing shopping at a market. It uses 127 film, takes 6 x 4 cm exposures is made almost entirely out of cardboard and wood. Below I have a more detailed looked at the camera below because I just love it’s texture and details.
This is actually the backside of the camera, probably one of the only cameras I own where the back plate is much prettier and detailed than the front. The front side of the camera, and although it looks like glass should be there this camera original had none. You can also see the aperture is open like a photo is being taken.
The top side of the camera where you can find the metal clasp to opening the back of the camera, a viewfinder and the metal tap that gives you unlimited exposure. The side of the camera where you have the second viewfinder and the simple shutter. As well the lever/knob for advancing the film. Out of all my cameras this is probably the most decorative film advancement I’ve seen, it’s so cute. A peak inside the camera, which is made almost entirely out of wood and velvet.