Updated review: Kodak Brownie Hawkeye

I found a roll of film still inside this Kodak Brownie Hawkeye when I bought it. When I had it developed I found late-1960s photos of a family’s Niagara Falls vacation! I then took the camera with me on Route 66. So you’ve just got to read my updated review, here.

Kodak Brownie Hawkeye, Flash Model

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9 responses to “Updated review: Kodak Brownie Hawkeye”

  1. shantanuskhandare Avatar

    Fabulous bro ๐Ÿ’› go on !!โœจ

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      ๐Ÿš€โœŒ๐Ÿ˜Ž

  2. Marc Beebe Avatar

    There was a time you could buy a box full of these on a weekend, for $1 each or less.
    I won’t say those were bad times.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      In the 80s I bought more than a hundred old simple cameras at a dollar or two each. These were just junk nobody wanted then!

      1. Marc Beebe Avatar

        I think my record low price purchase was a Polaroid Swinger – for 15 cents!

  3. eppaar Avatar

    My late sister, who was a curious combination of Auntie Mame and Wednesday Addams, insisted on using a Brownie Hawk Eye until her death 6 years ago. It was left to her baby brother to keep her supplied with 620 film. Thus I became an expert at respooling 120 film. Admittedly she took some amazing pictures with it so I could hardly object to keeping her in film.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      You were a kind and generous brother! Iโ€™m sorry you lost your sister, though. Whatever became of her Brownie Hawkeye?

      1. eppaar Avatar

        My sister’s camera takes pride of place in the box camera section of my camera collection.

        1. Jim Grey Avatar

          As well it should!

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