The other day I was at a local antique store and I saw this Kodak Starmite II sitting there. I picked it up and looked at it. It had the original box and strap with it. Still had some flash bulbs too. As I was messing with it I noticed it still had film in it. I set it back on the self and walked around the rest of the store to see what they had to offer. Not much was found that day there so I left and went home. This camera had me thinking though. I wondered what could be on this film that was left inside the Starmite? I eventually went back 2 days later and it was still there so I picked it up and purchased it! Now we will have to wait to see what is on the film. I am going to develop it when I do my next batch of developing. In the meanwhile here are some pictures of my exciting purchse!
It does have two lens speed settings. Flash 13 and Daylight 14. On Flash 13 the f/stop setting is equivalent to f/11 and on Daylight 14 it has an f/stop equivalent to f/16. I don't know why they just did't put Flash 11 and Daylight 16!
Still had a roll of film left in it!