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Antique Camera Nightlight - Kodak Brownie Starflash, Vintage Memorabilia, Eco-friendly, back to the 60' Lamp

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Original Kodak Brownie Starflash Camera – modified into an innovative working nightlight.
The incandescent light bulb at the flash center is a play on the bright flash that once came out of this vintage camera while it was in its prime.
An eccentric, eco-friendly gift that adds some nostalgic flair to a simple nightlight to illuminate hallways and brighten rooms.

It uses normal night light bulbs (7w or 4 w incandescent) and has a light sensor (will only light up during the night).
It fits in most standard U.S. 120V receptacle.
Camera size is 2.75" x 3.5" x 5.5"
(c) 2022 LightAndTimeArt
Handmade by Small Business in USA

CAUTION:
Do not use with extension cords.
The night light is for adult use only. The camera is not a toy and is not intended for use by children.
For safe use, plug only into exposed wall outlets where a device is ventilated and cannot contact bed coverings or other material.

DISCLAIMER: " The logos and trademarks on the upcycled, individual items are those of their respective brand name owners, none of which are associated with this product. "

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Dimensions

Height: 5.5 inches
Width: 2.75 inches
Length: 3.5 inches

History

Type: Solid body eyelevel roll film
Introduced: March 1957
Discontinued: June 1965
Film size: 127
Picture size: 1 5/8 X 1 5/8"
Manufactured: US, France
Lens: Dakon
Shutter: Rotary
Numbers made: ?
Original price: $8.50 all models Coca-Cola was promotional

Description:
The popular Brownie Starflash has a molded plastic body, optical direct vision finder, and handy built-in flash gun for capless bulbs.

Variations:
March 1957-June 1965: Black Model
March 1958-Oct 1960: Red Model
March 1958-Aug 1962: White Model
March 1958-Feb 1962: Blue Model
Oct 1959-Dec 1961: Coca-Cola Motif for Promotional Use

This camera was also supplied in an outfit for close-up photography as the Kodak Startech Camera.

Fun Facts:
The Brownie Starflash Camera was a truly all-in-one imaging device in its day. The built-in flashgun and small size made this camera extremely portable and easy-to-use.
This beautiful camera was designed by Arthur H. Crapsey, the designer of many popular Kodak cameras.

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Lyndsey Koepp
This nightlight is beautiful! Such a cool...

This nightlight is beautiful! Such a cool way to upcycle old cameras. It really is a piece of art--the camera is in great condition and it has been very carefully made into a functioning light. And, it arrived incredibly well packaged and very, very quickly! 10/10 craftsmanship and 10/10 service.

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Andrea Robel
This was a gift to a friend that has recen...

This was a gift to a friend that has recently started getting into photography and we could not be happier about it!

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Lucero Abernathy
It's amazing. My mother in law is a photog...

It's amazing. My mother in law is a photographer. She's gonna love it!

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Ellie Collins
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Erika Schamberger
Super cool and so unique. Love that this c...

Super cool and so unique. Love that this camera has life again.