Brownie Flash Six-20 (1946-1955)
all photos copyright Joseph Greco
Introduced in 1940 as the Six-20 Flash Brownie it was Kodak's first internally synchronized flash camera. In 1946 the name was changed to the Brownie Flash Six-20. Trapezoidal metal box camera that produced 2.25 in. x 3.25 in. images on 620 film. Bulb and Instant shutter. Shown here with the large Press 40 flashbulb.