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A fun little psuedo TLR camera, 620 format, made out of ridged black Bakelite, with a lovely bright bubble viewer for through the viewfinder photography. Features two settings - I and B. I love the little red shutter button - it adds drama to the black and white, Art Deco styled camera.

Camea is in good cosmetic condition. Very minor wear in general to the body, but nothing beyond a few scuffs and scratches. Faceplate is very smooth and shiny. Shoulder strap is clear plastic and is yellowed with age and has some light soil.

Shutter works, but the film advance winder seems to be locked up or jammed somehow. Because of that, I am selling this camera as is, for collection, decor, or for use as a TTV base. Inside is very clean, however, the mirror inside is loose, and you can hear it shifting around. It jiggles back into place pretty easily however.

I included a shot through the viewfinder so you can see how bright and clear it is.

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Camera, Ansco Rediflex, TTV


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: glass, plastic, camera, metal
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
  • Feedback: 1040 reviews
  • Favorited by: 29 people