First produced in 1928, the No.0 Brownie Model A is a card and wood construction camera with two reflecting finders and a hinged back with a triangular catch.
The No.0 Brownie is a fun and interesting camera to use. It is tiny, compared to most of the Kodak box design cameras, thanks to the use of 127 film. It has a little pull lever for time exposures.
This camera was made by Canadian Kodak in Toronto and is in very good condition (see photos). The shutter works nicely, including the time exposure lever. The camera measures just 11cm by 9cm by 7cm. An exposed 127 film, along with hard-to-find spools are provided inside the camera, which could be re-loaded with modern film stock.
A classic Kodak, which is over 90 years old, but still is working and full of vintage charm.