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1950's Projector and Film Camera- Bell and Howell 8mm- Model 253AR

Portable textured two-tone Silver taupe metal case. Gear driven reel arms with a sharp f/1.6 lens and 400 ft film capacity. Solid Quality- seems to be completely intact and working!

The film camera is very clean- but haven't tested it. Has a knob that turns to "Bright sun", "Hazy Sun", "Light Shade", and "Cloudy Dull".

Projector Made by:
Bell & Howell
Chicago, Ill.
model 253AR

Video Camera: Bell & Howell Two Twenty 8mm

Video Camera: 6" x 3.75" x 2"

Projector: 13" x 8" x 7.5" (with handle)

Condition- Very good- in working condition. Minor wear. The reel does have rust stains on it from being stored, but doesn't seem to be affecting the projector at all.

1950s Projector and Film Camera- Bell and Howell 8mm- 253AR

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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: metal, glass
  • Feedback: 94 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Arizona, United States