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Bell and Howell Filmo-121 16mm Movie Camera - 1930's - Cinema - Home Decor - Filmmaking

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This is a great movie camera from the 1930's. It is a Bell and Howell Filmo-121, it took 16mm film cartridges of color or black and white. I'm not sure if these are available anymore, but if not, this camera still looks good as a decoration piece. It is a spring wound movie camera, and is very clean.

The camera is brown with a brown leather strap on top, solid metal construction, the crank turns, but I'm not sure how to check this one to see if it still runs. It is not film tested. It has a Wollensak-Revere 13mm lens on it.

This camera cost $72 in 1936. I have a jpg of the original ad for the camera that I can send to you if you are interested.

Measures 3.5' inches tall, 2.25' inches wide, by 6' inches long.

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Bell and Howell Filmo-121 16mm Movie Camera - 1930's - Cinema - Home Decor - Filmmaking

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: metal, camera, lens, film
  • Feedback: 208 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Minnesota, United States
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