This item sold on October 8, 2012.
* You can still get film for this camera, though it is a bit pricey.
*Ruby exposure window clean.
*no dust accumulated inside and despite the longer time of usage it still reliable and durable
*The bellows on this camera appear to be intact and in very good condition. No cracks or *damage. Opens and closes beautifully.
*No rust, folds nicely, leather carry strap is in tact,
*Original box and instructions included in good vintage condition
*Not tested with film.
The camera body dimension measures 1-1/2 x 3-1/4 x 5 and the lens standard pulls out from the front and locks it in place. The AGFA PD16 Camera is a folding roll film camera made from 1930 to 1950's.
Shoots pictures to capture images and backgrounds. It has excellent features which includes astigmatic lens, top and side view finder for easy setting of capturing images exactly as they appear clearly without blurring.
Made in the USA by the Agfa-Ansco Corp.,
When it is collapsed and detached, the camera is more compact. the lens board needs to be pulled out of the camera. It was designed to capture or take 15 exposures on PD-16 (or even 616) film, but some antique camera websites says that it can be converted to use 120 film.
the lens glass and coating are in good clean condition.
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