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Camera, Working Duaflex III, TTV

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In great working condition, this vintage psuedo TLR is perfect for use with film or for Through the Viewfinder Photography! It was produced by Kodak between 1954-1957, and features black leatherette over folded steel and plastic body. Metal and glass accents and lens.

Camera faceplate looks mostly good, but there are several scratches, near the top - see pics. The leatherette on the hood has torn in one corner and is lifting up. General areas of rust to the metal parts of the camera body. A few fine white paint speckles to the side and back. Camera definitely shows it's age, but still displays well.

Camera is in excellent working condition. Lens is sharp, and viewer is super clean and bright, except for one dark corner. The last shot is through it. Shutter sounds crisp.

Great decorator camera, or for use as a TTV base, or can be used to shoot 620 film, available here:

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Camera, Working Duaflex III, TTV


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: metal, plastic, camera
  • Feedback: 953 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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