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The Kodak Autosnap is a 127 film camera with autoexposure made by Kodak Ltd. in the UK. It is built on the same basic body as the Brownie 44B, but with a larger top plate, reshaped lens plate and added lever wind.
The camera has the option of automatic exposure, or manual override using Exposure Values, set on a dial on the top. This is powered by a selenium meter; the front panel has the meter cell window on one side, the viewfinder window the other, and an unscaled meter display between them. Strangely, the meter needle is visible on the front - but not visible to the photographer when in use. When there is insufficient light, the meter needle leaves the front window, and moves into the viewfinder, giving a warning red rectangle in the corner.