Kodak Brownie 127 camera with original case and wrist strap.
This is the third version of the Brownie 127 camera which was made in England and first released in 1965. It has a wonderfully retro pointy plastic body and is simple to use. You don’t need to focus it, and the front-mounted shutter button helps prevent camera shake. It has a single shutter speed (thought to be 1/40) and is a perfect cheap camera to use with 127 film.
The camera appears to be fully working – shutter operates, lens looks clear, film advance working fine. It is not film-tested because I do not have any 127 film.
127 film is still available from Chinese film producer Shanghai.