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The Argus 75 line of cameras are simple to use and sturdy.
They are my favorite cameras for TtV (through the viewfinder) photography
and were the "point and shoot" cameras of their day.
The series was produced from 1947 to 1958.
It uses 620 film, which is available online and there are also
tutorials for adapting 120 film for use in these vintage 620 film cameras.

This one is in very good condition. The brown bakelite body shows very,very
few blemishes. There are minor light abrasions on the back and one
small scratch above the "argus" name.
The flash unit is in fair to good condition, but does has many small areas of
missing paint on the bottom of the handle, abrasions elsewhere,
a missing red button that releases a flash bulb and light surface
abrasions on the dome.

I'm unsure as to whether the aperture is opening properly, so I'm selling
this camera as a display collectible.

Your camera and flash unit will be carefully packed and shipped
priority mail with delivery confirmation in the US and First class
mail international.

Vintage Argus Seventy five Twin lens reflex style Camera with Flash Unit

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