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This is a new in box, working deadstock Debonair film camera from the 1970's. This camera shoots 120 film and takes beautiful, large 4.5 x 6cm negatives, 16 shots per film roll (please see our example for an idea of the format). You can expect to shoot photos with lomo effects like that of a Holga; resulting in delightful distortions, vignetting and light leaks on color or B + W film. Also features a hot shoe on top of camera so you can attach a flash or accessory. Many of the Debonair's components are similar, if not truly identical to a Holga or Diana model, and it is thought to possibly be made by the same manufacturer. All plastic composite.

This is a great chance to get a fun, cheap vintage medium format camera brand new with all original components including instruction booklet, box, cap, and strap. Feel free to contact us with any questions.Check our policies page for shipping + vintage item info. For fast, safe delivery this item will ship first class mail, and will generally reach US addresses within 3-5 days of shipment.

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