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Wow, an uplifting tale Pranav. I am really glad that you have found some inner peace, something we all deserve and don't always achieve.
Those sub-miniature cameras take 17.5mm film which I think is no longer made. The Brownie was produced from 1946 to 1951 and took 616 film, which again is no longer produced but I think that you can convert them to shoot 120 film very easily.
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