Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model Vintage Camera, 620 Film, Antique Kodak, 1950's Retro Camera, Prop Camera, Collectible, Shelf Decor

$49.99
+ $14.00 shipping

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$49.99
+ $14.00 shipping
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Preparation takes 3-5 business days
Arrives from the United States
Exchanges accepted
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Vintage

Item details

This listing is for one vintage Kodak Brownie Hawkeye camera with a leather travel case. It is the flash model and has a Kodalite Flashholder. There is no bulb for the Flashholder. The camera is in good to great conditon. The lenses are undamaged. The camera itself and the flashholder have some light scratches and wear, but no major damage. This camera takes 620 film and is also compatible with 120 film - neither are included.

The leather case is in fair to good condition. One of the snaps and surrounding leather is unattached, and the other has signifcant wear around the snaps. The rest of the leather case is in good condition.

**We do not have film to verify the usability of this camera, however upon examination it seems to be in working condition. The shutter button works.**

The Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model is one of the most popular Brownie cameras ever made. It is easy to use and still quite popular with film photographers as it is easy to take apart for cleaning and because most will take 120 film without respooling onto 620 spools. This camera would make a wonderful gift for the vintage photography enthusiast or 1950's retro lover!


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Cast iron cooking is pretty straight forward! All pieces unless otherwise noted come seasoned and ready to cook with. Cast iron can be used on stovetops, ovens, grills, or even for campfire cooking.  Let the pan heat evenly for about 10 minutes before use to help prevent sticking. We recommend using a steel spatula with cast iron. Until your seasoning is well established, avoid cooking acidic foods in non enameled cast iron for long periods of time. Cast iron also makes wonderful servingware, but we do not recommend storing foods in cast iron. To maintain the seasoning of your skillet make sure to always store your cast iron dry.

You can use any cooking oil to add seasoning to your skillet. Heat the skillet to 200-250° F until hot to the touch. Handle very carefully as cast iron gets HOT! Give the pan a wipe down with the preferred oil, then allow to fully cool. Wipe the excess oil until the pan feels dry. Too much oil will prevent the cast iron from seasoning properly.  Once cooled and wiped, place the cast iron back into the oven. Bake for 1 hour at 100° F above the smoke point of the chosen oil - usually around 400°-500°F. The high heat is necessary to make the oil polymerize and form a hard, non stick surface. Smoke should be minimal if the pan was properly wiped, but we recommend opening the windows still. Let cool fully once more before handling.

Soap may be used on your cast iron skillet. With a properly polymerized seasoning soap will not damage the non stick surface. Like glass, cast iron can be sensitive to abrupt temperature changes. Use hot - not cold - water on cast iron that has not yet cooled. We recommend using a steel or chainmail scrubber. Do not soak your cast iron skillet. Scrub with plain or soapy water and dry before storing.  If there are any especially stuck on spots, then warm some oil in the pan before scrubbing. If your pan develops rust, a short bath in a vinegar and water mixture and then some light scrubbing will remove rust. Rust can damage the seasoning so cast iron will need to be reseasoned if allowed to rust.

Cast iron has a very high heat emissivity - this means it radiates heat much more strongly than other cooking materials. Cast iron gets HOT. Very hot. Handle appropriately. You may have to use more than one potholder.  We are not liable for any harm or damages that arise from the misuse or use of cast iron cookware. Proper handling while cooking, seasoning, and otherwise using cast iron is your responsibility.

The best way to tell if your cast iron is properly seasoned is by feeling it and seeing how it preforms. Properly seasoned cast iron should feel smooth and dry - it should not be sticky, tacky, or wet. Once fully seasoned, oil will "bead up" if you attempt to season it further. If food is sticking to your cast iron, make sure you are properly heating it up and using enough oil. Very sticky foods like candy do better in enameled cast iron. If your cast iron seasoning seems to chip easily, try changing the oil you are using to season it. Coloration is not a reliable indicator of proper seasoning. The final color and evenness varies depending on the pan and the type of oil(s) used for seasoning.

Express shipping is the fastest available shipping option. Items shipped express generally spend less than a day or two in transit. Without rush handling, your item may still take several days to prep for shipping. Rush handling is the fastest available handling option. Your item will be bumped to the front of the list to be packed and shipped. Without express shipping, an order may still spend several days in transit. For the shortest possible time from ordering to receiving your package, we recommend purchasing both rush handling and express shipping.

Our store strives to make sure we run our business by the practices we believe in - every step of the way to a finished product. This includes practices like using environmentally concious restoration methods, sourcing materials from other small businesses, and giving back in the form of charity. We work hard to use recycled materials wherever possible, to reduce waste, and to use locally sourced, sustainable, and organic ingredients through steps like seasoning cast iron cookware. You do not just support our business when purchasing from us - you support ideals and beliefs that can help better our world one step at a time.

Our current processing and shipping times are 3-5 business days for most orders to the USA - very large and/or special requests are 7-11 days. International orders have an estimated time of 7-12 business days.

Yes! If you have a special request like gift packaging, more photos of an item, etc. please just contact us for more information. We try our best to cover everything, but sometimes you may still have a question. If you have any questions or would like additional information regarding a listing or order, please feel free to contact us! You can also favorite our shop and follow us for exclusive shop updates! We're on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter.

Whether or not antique kitchenware is safe and up to the task of kitchen usage depends on a number of factors. Condition, material, and durability are some things to take into consideration. Some antique items may contain unsafe ingredients like lead or uranium. Regulations and testing for potentially unsafe ingredients were scarce until relatively recently. We list all items to the best of our knowledge, but you should also do your own research and use your best judgement before using an item we have listed, especially if kitchen usage is not specifically addressed. We are not liable if you chose to use kitchenware and it gets damaged. If you have any questions, please message us!

Cast iron cooking is pretty straight forward! All pieces unless otherwise noted come seasoned and ready to cook with. Cast iron can be used on stovetops, ovens, grills, or even for campfire cooking.  Let the pan heat evenly for about 10 minutes before use to help prevent sticking. We recommend using a steel spatula with cast iron. Until your seasoning is well established, avoid cooking acidic foods in non enameled cast iron for long periods of time. Cast iron also makes wonderful servingware, but we do not recommend storing foods in cast iron. To maintain the seasoning of your skillet make sure to always store your cast iron dry.

You can use any cooking oil to add seasoning to your skillet. Heat the skillet to 200-250° F until hot to the touch. Handle very carefully as cast iron gets HOT! Give the pan a wipe down with the preferred oil, then allow to fully cool. Wipe the excess oil until the pan feels dry. Too much oil will prevent the cast iron from seasoning properly.  Once cooled and wiped, place the cast iron back into the oven. Bake for 1 hour at 100° F above the smoke point of the chosen oil - usually around 400°-500°F. The high heat is necessary to make the oil polymerize and form a hard, non stick surface. Smoke should be minimal if the pan was properly wiped, but we recommend opening the windows still. Let cool fully once more before handling.

Soap may be used on your cast iron skillet. With a properly polymerized seasoning soap will not damage the non stick surface. Like glass, cast iron can be sensitive to abrupt temperature changes. Use hot - not cold - water on cast iron that has not yet cooled. We recommend using a steel or chainmail scrubber. Do not soak your cast iron skillet. Scrub with plain or soapy water and dry before storing.  If there are any especially stuck on spots, then warm some oil in the pan before scrubbing. If your pan develops rust, a short bath in a vinegar and water mixture and then some light scrubbing will remove rust. Rust can damage the seasoning so cast iron will need to be reseasoned if allowed to rust.

Cast iron has a very high heat emissivity - this means it radiates heat much more strongly than other cooking materials. Cast iron gets HOT. Very hot. Handle appropriately. You may have to use more than one potholder.  We are not liable for any harm or damages that arise from the misuse or use of cast iron cookware. Proper handling while cooking, seasoning, and otherwise using cast iron is your responsibility.

The best way to tell if your cast iron is properly seasoned is by feeling it and seeing how it preforms. Properly seasoned cast iron should feel smooth and dry - it should not be sticky, tacky, or wet. Once fully seasoned, oil will "bead up" if you attempt to season it further. If food is sticking to your cast iron, make sure you are properly heating it up and using enough oil. Very sticky foods like candy do better in enameled cast iron. If your cast iron seasoning seems to chip easily, try changing the oil you are using to season it. Coloration is not a reliable indicator of proper seasoning. The final color and evenness varies depending on the pan and the type of oil(s) used for seasoning.

Express shipping is the fastest available shipping option. Items shipped express generally spend less than a day or two in transit. Without rush handling, your item may still take several days to prep for shipping. Rush handling is the fastest available handling option. Your item will be bumped to the front of the list to be packed and shipped. Without express shipping, an order may still spend several days in transit. For the shortest possible time from ordering to receiving your package, we recommend purchasing both rush handling and express shipping.

Our store strives to make sure we run our business by the practices we believe in - every step of the way to a finished product. This includes practices like using environmentally concious restoration methods, sourcing materials from other small businesses, and giving back in the form of charity. We work hard to use recycled materials wherever possible, to reduce waste, and to use locally sourced, sustainable, and organic ingredients through steps like seasoning cast iron cookware. You do not just support our business when purchasing from us - you support ideals and beliefs that can help better our world one step at a time.


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