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Rare and super retro! A pseudo TLR camera produced by Ansco in the mid 1950's; enameled metal in a putty/olive drab color, with silver toned metal face plates. Part of what is so striking about the design of this camera is how the faceplate and hood are connected: if you raise the protective faceplate over the lens, the viewer hood immediately pops up. Very cool. The viewer is very large and bright, making this excellent for TTV photography.

Definitely shows wear and soil, all over the body. A large pale scratch to the enamel on the side, see pics. Some general spots of rust colored or darker stains on the enamel, all very. The mirror inside the viewer has some soil, but takes very clear, beautiful ttv shots. Also, there is a tiny bend in the viewer cover edges, that keeps it from closing down 100 percent. It closes almost all the way though, with just a little peak in the cover.

Shutter works, as does film advance knob (which uses a back and forth motion, like a rocker.) A slightly shabby camera, for use or collection!

Uses 620 film, which is hard to find. you can also respool 120 film onto 620 spools for use with this camera! Also, my little welcoming cat is not for sale. He just likes to have his picture taken.

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Camera, Working Ansco Anscoflex, TTV


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: metal, glass, camera, paint
  • Only ships to United States from California, United States.
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