The 2012 Olymp ic Kodak Brownie is a Snapshot From the Swingin' 60s

By: Alex Scott - Published: Apr 12, 2010 • References: yankodesign
If you're one of the lucky people heading across the pond for the next summer games, you want to make sure you have not only a camera, but one that can survive massive crowds. Though the 2012 Olympic Kodak Brownie may not be the most compact device that has ever existed, it sure will hold up a drop or two.

Designed after the original Kodak Brownie from 1962, the 2012 Olympic Kodak Brownie has almost all of the same features as its predecessor including a monstrous flash and two seperate viewfinder apertures. They even come in assorted colors so you won't have to fight that spectator next to you over who's is who's. Stats for Commemorative Vintage Cameras Trending: Older & Mild
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