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Posted 5 years ago

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Special millennium remake of an old brownie target six-16 camera by the Ohio Camera Collectors Society to honor the Millennium and the 100th Birthday of the Brownie camera. A certificate of authenticity with the number of the camera and the name of the collector was also provided. The Limited edition commemorative camera was designed and modified by OCCS to recognize the new millennium of Eastman Kodak Company, the Ohio Camera Collectors Society, and the universal interest in camera collecting.

Brownie Target Six-16 The New Millennium
MANUFACTURER: Eastman Kodak Company
PLACE MANUFACTURED: US, NY, Rochester
INTRODUCTION DATE: 1941 /2000
TEXT ON STRAP:1968 OCCS 2000
FILM TYPE: 616 rollfilm IMAGE SIZE: 2½ x 4¼ inch.
STANDARD LENSES/SHUTTERS: meniscus lens, rotary shutter
PRODUCTION DATES: 1946 - 1952 and 2000 The face plate and the handle strap were replaced and a special box provided
Numbers made: 100.

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  1. loretta g, 4 years ago
    Aloha,
    I have my grandfather's Eastman-Kodak brownie target six-16 with it's original box it came in both are in excellent condition ,it was purchased from Harry & David, can you tell me what it would be worth?

    Mahalo
  2. Kodakfan, 4 months ago
    Hi there,
    Great to see another one of these. I have one of these beauties myself (no.95 if my memory serves me correctly) all the way over here in New Zealand. I bought it in an eBay auction about 10 years ago. I paid $1012.00 for it. I think it was around 2005 that I bought in the eBay auction. I am considering selling it if anyone is interesting in owning one of these, which must be one of the rarest Kodak cameras of all time, given there were only 100 made.

    Cheers Kodakfan

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