|Kodak Brownie Starmite II, 1962-1967|
</center> The Brownie Starmite was one of a very successful range of "star" cameras made by Kodak in the early 1960s. It took square, 4x4cm (3 1/2" x 3 1/2") images on 127 film. The only adjustment was a lever below the lens, giving EV 13 (flash) & 14 (daylight) by adjusting the aperture. It featured a double exposure prevention system.
- Type: compact viewfinder camera
- Manufacturer: Kodak
- Year of launch: 1960
- Withdrawn: 1967
- Film: type 127 roll film
- Flash: built-in bulb flash AG1 Type
- Dakon Fixed Focus f/11
- Minimum Focus Distance: 4 feet on EV 14 / 5 feet on EV 13
- Rottary Shutter
- Original Price: $12 USD
The Kodak Brownie Starluxe II is identical to the Starmite II other then being manufactured in france.