2012 Olympic Kodak Brownie Camera – Like the original Brownie, the user must look down from above into the viewfinders and like the original Brownie, a different viewfinder is used depending on the orientation of the camera and the picture being taken, one viewfinder is used with a portrait image and the other for a landscape image. For low-light photography, a flash is included in the camera. Unlike older box-Brownie models, the flash is included in the design and pivots outwards from its storage position inside the side of the camera.
- 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.