The Kodak Brownie Vecta was a moulded plastic 127 film camera made in the UK by Kodak Ltd. from September 1963 until 1966. The design was by Kenneth Grange, and meant to give a comfortable holding position to minimise camera shake. The f/14 plastic lens had a fixed aperture, and there was only a single shutter speed; the controls being limited to the bar-shaped shutter release on the front and the winding knob on the photographer's right. Images were portrait format, 1⅝ × 2½ inches on 127 film.

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