Finally got a chance to play with this one, another rescued old crock that has been hanging around for years. OK, so the flashbulb looks like it came from a fridge but it gives a pretty good idea of the size of a real one. Must have been quite an event when one fired off. With that ugly large flash attachment removed, we have a solid tin box. Lever moves a close up lens into the mix, another offers a Bulb setting as 1/50 sec @ about f8 was too fast for early 50's colour. The wierd little doodad on the side folds out as a rest in portrait aspect. Kodak brags about this shutter lock but the button has to travel all the way down to do its thing so accidentally wasting a frame not too probable. Camera movement while shooting is however. Slide a latch on the bottom and the thing comes apart for feeding. A tripod mount is thoughtfully included as well. The viewfinder and shutter release took some practice to get used to. Fed it a roll of re-spooled Acros 100, cranked a tripod (used it mostly folded as support) on the bottom and went out on a fairly bright overcast late afternoon. Pumphouse Farmall "A" ( yellow (Y2) filter helped with this one) Not recommended for wildlife photography! Homestead Expected that "Brownie softness" but surprised with what this early 50's box came up with.