The White Kodak Brownie 127 Camera

The Kodak Brownie 127 camera is a classic design of the 1950s from Kodak Cameras. It was manufactured at Kodak’s UK factory and aimed at the aspiring classes who wanted a cheap but simple, stylish and effective camera. It was made in bakelite and over 2 million were produced in its first two years of production. They were created mainly in black, but a test batch was made in 1959 in white and was released in the Channel Islands.

The White Kodak Brownie 127 Camera

The White Kodak Brownie 127 Camera

The “Albino” White Kodak Brownie 127 Camera has become one of the rarest and most sought after Kodak models.

Production was ceased as there were concerns on “how dirty-looking the light body would become after handling”.

The White Kodak Brownie 127 Camera rear view

The White Kodak Brownie 127 Camera rear view

 

The White Kodak Brownie 127 Camera with case

The White Kodak Brownie 127 Camera with case

The White Kodak Brownie 127 Camera Price Guide / Value Guide

In good condition with case £150 / $205

Reference
Kodak once made a camera especially for… the Channel Islands
The Brownie Camera page

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