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    Look for a 1950's Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash. They can use currently available 120 film as long as you have an original 620 take-up spool.

    A little searching can turn up an entire kit in the original box for little money. The camera might need a quick cleaning to get the lens cleared up. Lots of how-to's on the internet.

    It would make a fun novelty gift and still produce great pictures.
    - Bill Lynch

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    Quote Originally Posted by donkee View Post
    I would suggest a Polaroid 195. Most people think they are junk and that film is not available.
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    Most of these "junk" cameras I have seen have prices around $800...

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