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Manufactured in France from Circa 1960 until 1967.
Index of rarity in France : Very usual (among non-specialized garage sales)
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Inventory number: 377

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Kodak Brownie Starluxe II

Traduction de Sylvain Halgand

For the general information concerning the French family of Brownie Star, please refer to the page of Starflash.
Starluxe II is a 127 (4 X 4 cm) of the Sixties, French origin. The only visible technical difference between Starluxe and Starluxe II is the form of the parabola of the flash. On the first model, this one exceeding of the body was to prove too fragile.

Starluxe and Starluxe II are quasi similar to the American models Starmite and Starmite II. However, it should be noted that on the American models, top of the bodies a small metal part exceeds. This piece is absent from models French, whose cap is a little higher (to perhaps mask this piece), with the result that on the local models, the top of the front face ends in a plastic stringcourse. Moreover, on Starmite II, the turn of the lens is black.

Starluxe II exists, at least, in gray-blue and white.

It was worth in 1966 (Natkin catalogs) 49,50 francs , or in outfit 69,50 francs .