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An adorable old 8mm home movie camera, from the 1950's. Features a 13 mm, f/2.3 Ektanon lens. A dial next to the lens allows you to change apertures. There is a little frame on the side where you can tuke the exposure guide from your box of film. All in a pretty mocha gray colored metal body.

Sadly, this camera has some cosmetic wear. Rust to the sighting brtackets, and the faceplate has some scratches and minor wear, especially around the shutter release button. Body is sounjd but there is some gentle surface wear, especially to the corners.

Camera shutter works and the key winds.

Over all, a sweet little camera, excellent as part of a decorative collection.

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Movie Camera, Kodak 8mm Brownie II, Photo Booth Prop

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: steel, bakelite, plastic, glass, leatherette, camera
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1197 reviews
  • Favorited by: 68 people