127 is a roll of film that was introduced by Kodak in 1912. Width is 46mm placing it between (35mm) Full-frame and (120mm) Medium format. Image format normally used is a square 4x4 (12 exposures), however rectangular 4x3 and 4x6cm are also standard.

Few cameras that use 127 film: Ace Ajoy Agilux Acro Rangefinder Ansco Bell and Howell Electric Eye Bencini of Milan "Comet" Bilora "Bella" Cima Luxette Certo "Dolly" Coronet 44 Ensign Multex Ferrania "Ibis" and "Tanit" Foth "Derby" Ilfoflex Ilford Sprite Ilford Sporti 4 The Orion Haking "Haco-44" Herbert George Co. "Satellite" Hunter "Purma" Ikonta Kochmann "Korelle" Kodak Vest Pocket Kodak Vest Pocket Series 3 Kodak Number 0 Brownie Kodak Brownie Reflex Kodak Brownie 127 Kodak Brownie 44 Kodak Hawkeye Box Cameras Kodak Brownie Starflex Kodak Brownie Starmite Kodak Brownie Starmatic Kodak Baby Brownie Special Kodak Brownie Vecta Koto Optic Works "Komaflex-S" Porst "Hapomatic" Rodenstock Ysella Rolleiflex "Baby Rolleiflex" , Rollei 44" Sawyers Mark IV Voigtlander Perkeo Welta "Gucki" Whitehouse "Beacon Autoflash" Yashica "44-Models" Zeiss Ikon "Tengor"

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