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This lovely folding camera was produced
in 1949.
The EP marking on this particular one stands
for "Exchange Post" which means that the
camera was sold in a PX shop for US soldiers
to purchase.

This one is in good condition with
beautifully clear lenses.
However, it has the following flaws:
The leather is peeling off of the front cover and is missing
entirely from the side bar where the camera is opened.
There is paint loss on the metal edges, especially on the
hinge. I also hear something rattling when
I gently shook the camera, but I can find
no reason for this.

The only serious problem is that the bellows are split
along the top middle fold. This would need to be
repaired in order to successfully use the camera for
film photography, otherwise you'd have a huge light
leak and ruin your film.

The shutter works well on all speeds and f-stops.
The film advance works properly. It would seem worth
it to have the bellows repaired as this could be a
wonderful user. It takes 120 film, which is readily
available from several online photography supply
stores.

Your beautiful camera will be carefully packaged and
shipped priority mail with insurance and delivery
confirmation in the US and priority mail international
to Australia, Canada, the UK, Ireland, Spain and New
Zealand. Many other destinations are available- please
convo for more info.

Vintage Zenobia Folding Camera for 120 film photography SALE

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