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This Cine-Kodak Eight Model 20 is an 8mm film movie camera made in Rochester N.Y. by Eastman Kodak in 1932. It uses 16mm film which is still available. You would run a 25 foot roll, then flip it over and run it through again. When it got developed, they would cut it down the middle and splice it together to make a 50 foot 8mm reel. Way too complicated, which is why Super8 cartridge film was developed.

The metal body is covered with black leather, and the fittings are chrome, in good condition. It winds and runs smoothly, but it's untested and sold 'As Is'. The leather on the handle is a little frayed, but overall it's in good vintage condition.

It's 6" x 4.5" x 1.5"

$7 Insured Priority Mail anywhere in US. NY residents will pay 8% sales tax. We ship worldwide, please contact us for a quote. Item #1010017