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Kodak Brownie Bullet II
In 1962, at the ripe old age of 15, this little camera catapulted me into photography’s big time. Well maybe not big time exactly, but I did take an award-winning photograph with it. Back then Kodak sponsored a prestigious photography contest in the United States, for high school students all across the country, called surprisingly enough, the Kodak National High School Photography Contest. And I was one of the winners that year: a small cash prize, my photo and name published, a nice certificate, and an 8 x 10 inch print of my photo. Heady times for a 15-year-old.
Kodak Box Camera 1940s – 1950s
In 1962 the camera cost a whopping $4.75 (or about $38.00 today when adjusted for inflation). You can read more about it here at Kodak Brownie Bullet II. It was a simple camera to the max, but a small…
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