|Whitehouse Products Inc. was a camera manufacturer based in Brooklyn, New York, USA. It made simple Bakelite (and later other plastic) snapshot models, branded Beacon. Early Beacon models had collapsible lens panels; collapsing the panel disabled the shutter. Early models featured a B shutter setting, which was removed on later examples. The Beacon II and Two-Twenty-Five were fitted for mounting a flashgun.The later Reflex model was almost identical to the Ansco Cadet Reflex. The WH 127-A model was also sold by Argus as the Argus 127.
The Beacon, Beacon II & Two-Twenty-Five cameras were usually black, but were available in various different colours.
- Beacon II manual on Mike Butkus's site
- Beacon Flash manual on Mike Butkus's site
- FOTOFEX Beacon page
- At www.collection-appareils.fr by Sylvain Halgand
- Charlie the Tuna by Flickr user Travis Gray
- Photos taken with a Beacon by Marcy Merrill
- Beacon II with Flash
- Photo on Flickr by user midmophil
- (another) Photo on Flickr by user midmophil
- Photo of Argus version of WH127 by midmophil
- Beacon two-twenty-five, plus photos taken with it by DeanW
- Beacon Cameras at PBase.com
- Autoflash 127-A on OneTwoSeven.org.uk
- Automatic 705 on ClicClac.fr (French)
- Whitehouse page at Collection G. Even's site
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