"The name is Bond.. James Bond." Everyone wanted to be an international spy at one time or another in their life.. The adventures, alter egos and the fabulous wardrobe. Now is your time to own a little bit of spyware history! This vintage Steky III camera is wonderful. Steky III models were made between 1950 and 1952. It is said to be the first successful Japanese camera to use 16mm film. The Steky III has an interchangeable, three element, 25mm (f3.5-16) lens. The focus is fixed at around 12 feet and had adequate depth-of-field. Shutter speeds of B, 1/25-1/100. The image size is 10x14mm. All Steky's were designed to use double perforated film, but single perf will work as well. Unperforated film is a problem since the camera was designed to use the perforations to advance the film and film counter. Despite this, people have reported that unperforated film will work if you advance the film slowly.
These cameras are very sought after and you will never find one unused since they took amazing photos. This one comes with the original leather case, instruction guide and the bottom of the wooden box. Visually it is in good condition with minor flaws, but we are not camera experts so we don't know how well it works. The Steky III is easy to fix and there are numerous online resources of how to to do it yourself!
Camera measures 2.5" high x 1.1" wide x 1.25" deep.