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Argh matey! Vintage 1949 - 1953 Argus Seventy-five 75mm Lumar Camera with pristine leather case, one 620 take up spool, flash gun and one unused flash bulb.

The body is made from bakelite with the entire back made from metal. The two shutter settings work perfectly. The flashgun is also bakelite with a threaded metal battery cap. Takes C batteries for the flash and there are still resources online for finding flash bulbs. Other than a little dust behind the lenses, which can be accessed to clean, this camera looks virtually unused. At about three times the weight of a Holga, and far superior construction, this camera will give a wonderful "old feel" to your images.

This model camera produces 6 x 6 images on 620 film. 620 film is the same film as 120 just a different size spool. TLR Twin Lens Reflex Camera in Very Good Condition. Shutter works wonderfully. Such a great camera to add to your collection.

Vintage Argus Seventy Five Camera with Flash and Leather Case