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The Cine' Kodak Model K 16mm movie camera was made in 1930 by the Eastman Kodak company. It is a spring wound movie camera, the mechanism seems to work as it should. It has not been film tested.

The camera is covered in blue leather on top of the metal body. It takes 100 meter rolls of film which are still available for purchase online. It comes with the original instruction manual, Three lenses (15mm, 25mm, and 78mm), and 6 filters. I will throw in 5 100ft rolls of Kodak 16mm film. 2 rolls of Plus X Reversal Film (7276) and 3 rolls of Tri-X Reversal Film (7278).

Case measures 10' inches wide, 4.75' inches deep, by 5.75' inches tall.

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Item ships first class in the United States, and Air mail to the rest of the world. All items ship within 2 business days.

Any amount over $2 overcharged on shipping will be returned to the customer.

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Reserved For Marc- Cine' Kodak Model K 16mm Movie Camera - 1930 - Original Case, Instruction Manual, Filters, Lenses, and 5 rolls of film