An inexpensive, no-name twin-lens reflex camera designed for ease of use, this particular model was manufactured without a tripod mount or a viewfinder, built to allow users to literally point and shoot pictures. The dual lenses on the front (one for actual picture-taking, the other for would feed everything into the internal camera, safely protected by a rugged metal casing - prone to rusting if not kept well-maintained - and with the exposure number prominently displayed on the back. The mounted flash allowed for frictionless picture taking, although the absence of a mount required a steady hand. Users could also set the desired exposure and other features using two buttons on the front part of the camera. A simple leather strap was provided for convenience.
Behind the scenes
- The Fallout 4 camera models, reused in Fallout 76, are visually nearly identical to the Kodak Hawkeye Brownie Flash (produced 1950 - 1961). See here for comparison.</ref>
- Similarities to the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye model