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Super fun pseudo TLR camera from the 1950's, produced by the Herbert George Co., of Chicago. Black Bakelite body and brushed metal face plate and hood. Matte glass viewer, and there appears to be some silver loss to the mirror inside of the viewer, although this makes for a very dreamy, strange image for TTV. Great vintage feel to this camera, making it an excellent addition to a collection. There is no neck strap on this camera.

Some wear to the body: light scratches, dings, and wear as to be expected with light to normal use. Some exaggerated scratches on one side, see pics. Viewer looks dusty on the inside. Shutter works smoothly, as does film advance. Overall, very clean and cosmetically intact display camera for use or home decor. Also for use in TTV photography.

Takes 620 film, available here:

And, actually, the only difference between 620 and 120 film is the plastic spool it's on. If you can pick yourself of some 620 spools, try respooling your own film and save some cash:

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Rene Ramos

Vintage Working Imperial Insta Flash Camera


  • Materials: metal, plastic, glass
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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