Type: Solid Body Eyelevel Rollfilm
Film Size: 127
Picture Size: 1 5/8 X 2 1/2″
Lens: Meniscus F/14, 65mm
Shutter: Single Speed 1/50 Sec
Numbers Made: Millions (1,000,000 By Aug 1954)
Original Price: $4.75
The Brownie 127 has a moulded smooth plastic body with broad horizontal steps and an optical direct vision finder.
1952-1955: The first Brownie 127 camera had a plain lens face-plate.
1956-1959: The original plain lens face-plate was replaced with a cross-hatched face-plate.
263,000 of these cameras were exported to the United States and Canada between May, 1953 and September, 1954. The Brownie 127 ranks right up there with the most popular Kodak cameras made.