The Bell and Howell Electric Eye 127 is a premium auto-exposure 4×4cm 127 film viewfinder camera made by Bell & Howell Company Chicago, IL USA around 1958. The Electric Eye 127 has a single fixed shutter speed and the aperture is controlled either by the selenium cell or by an aperture slider under the nameplate below the lens. There are two film speed settings controlled by a dial on the side of the viewfinder. A red flag will appear in the bottom of the viewfinder if there is insufficient light. The Electric Eye 127 was offered in two finishes: black leatherette on a silver body, or grey tweed on a black body.