The Brownie Special Six-16 is a wedge-shaped metal box camera manufactured by Kodak in the United States between 1938 and 1942. It features a built-in close-up lens for subjects 6 to15 feet and beyond 15 feet distance, but no flash capability. It also has a multiple exposure guard and tripod socket. The shutter release located on the top of the camera can be locked in order to avoid unexpected snapshots. On the other side is the film advance wheel. The camera has, on the left hand, a folding stand used to position the camera vertically (due to a rectangular format). Film Size: 616. Picture Size: 6.5 x 11 cm. Lens: Meniscus, Shutter: Rotary.