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Anonymous asked in Consumer ElectronicsCameras · 1 decade ago

Where can I order film for a Kodak Brownie Reflex Synchro Model?

I inherited a Kodak Brownie Relfex camera but unfortunately I cannot find any film for it, I've looked on Kodak's website and searched on Google a lot, I was was just wondering if anyone knew of any places I could possibly order some film for it. It takes Kodak 127 film.

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  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

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    Where can I order film for a Kodak Brownie Reflex Synchro Model?

    I inherited a Kodak Brownie Relfex camera but unfortunately I cannot find any film for it, I've looked on Kodak's website and searched on Google a lot, I was was just wondering if anyone knew of any places I could possibly order some film for it. It takes Kodak 127 film.

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

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    Any lab that processes the type of 35mm film you are using (C41, E6 or B&W) can process the stuff. The trouble will come in during scanning or printing. Only professional and some semi-professional labs will be able to handle that. CVS certainly cannot. The other option is for you to scan the negatives yourself at home with something like an Epson flatbed scanner. As far as the negative comments from the old folks, ignore them. Most people nowadays are running around making cell phone photos look like some screwed up version of Kodachrome and Polaroid which were killed off thanks to the same idiots, so I'll respect anyone such as yourself who is experimenting with actual film to get unique film looks. I have run 35mm through 120 cameras and that is pretty acceptable practice for burning in sprocket images, so why not do it similarly in a Brownie? It also makes these old shelf queen cameras useful as well as teaches you about the standards of processing, printing, scanning, and of course all the steps you've already taken. Good luck with your experiment! Metal & Manual! Film Forever!

  • siegel
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    4 years ago

    Brownie Reflex

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  • 1 decade ago

    You may find this website of interest:

    http://toybox.twisted.org.uk/~moondog/127/

    It's all about 127 roll film...

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