One more 127 camera to talk about...the Kodak Brownie Holiday Camera. This camera was produced from 1953 to 1962 and cost about $5.
It sports a fixed focus lens and takes eight pictures, sized of 1-5/8 by 2-1/2 inches. Not much else to be said about the camera! Pretty basic point and shoot. No controls other than clicking the shutter. I've only run one roll through, Rex, expired April 1965. These are a few shots not posted on flickr.
A nice, crapped up shot here.
Even though I haven't used the camera much, I like what it does so far. It is small and has a nice frame size. The shutter sounds slow on mine, but the pictures seem sharp, as much as I can tell with all the grain from the expired film. When I get some new 127, I plan on taking it out again!