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Imperial Mark XII Camera
Production Date: 1960s
Producer: Herbert George, Chicago
Color: light blue
Film: 620 or 120” roll your own”

This light blue Imperial Mark XII 620 box camera, a difficult color to find, is in good condition. It has some patina or SLIGHT discoloration that comes with time/use. It does not affect the operation and should be visible in the pictures..

The shutter fires, the lens is in great condition, and the interior looks good, no rust, the camera is ready to go. It includes the metal film take up reel. The face plate is in great condition. The strap is in great condition.

It's in great condition and it will go fast! So, don't wait!!

620 film can be purchased online or 120 film rolled onto 620 spools can be used. Both films medium-format, which means that the negatives are larger than 35mm negatives which can produce higher-resolution images. They also make great scans for digital!

This is an easy camera to use; it's just point and shoot. Convo me with any questions about this or any other product!

WORKING BLUE Vintage Imperial Mark XII