Ranimant le Kodak Brownie pour les futurs Jeux olympiques, Kodak réinvente l’utilisation de cette appareil photo qui était devenu le roi des commémoration et des anniversaires.
Le Kodak Brownie a été modelée comme « une boîte de Brownie » et designé par James Coleman.
Reviving the Kodak Brownie for the future Olympics is quite exciting and traditional, since Brownies were often made to commemorate events and anniversaries. Just to skim through a few details: this 2012 Olympic Kodak Brownie has been modeled as a ‘box Brownie’; specifically the Brownie Flash 3 from 1962. Proportionate to the Flash 3, the new avatar is 66% of the scale, representing the tech advances made since the original was discontinued.
Key features include:
* The ‘triple-lens’ design with one main aperture and two viewfinder apertures.
* One simple shutter button with no other controls
* A disproportionally large flash.
* A decorated front.
* A fold up sports viewfinder.
The viewfinders, aperture and shutter are located in the same positions as in the original Brownie, making it feel like home to the Brownie lovers.
The Modern Features include a fabric wrist-strap located at the rear of the camera, which replaces the leather strap found on the top of the older camera.