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This item sold on October 10, 2010.

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I adore vintage movie cameras. It's such fun to imagine what memories they captured back in their heyday.

Circa 1960s, the Kodak Automatic 8 was one of Kodak's early plastic-bodied movie cameras. The core measures approximately 2 1/2"w by 3 3/4"h by 6"d. There is a handcrank on the side of the camera that folds in when not in use, and a motor button on the bottom of the face.

Aesthetically, this camera is in excellent condition. It is quite clean in and out. The body is a lovely deep teal with silver-tone accents.

The camera comes in a zippered carrying case with front buckled pocket and adjustable strap. The original instruction booklet is still present as well.

Please note, this is being sold as a decorative item. It has not been tested and may or may not be functional.

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Vintage Kodak Automatic 8 .. 8mm Movie Camera


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