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Lovely 8 mm film camera from 1940 with a great, vintage feel. Features a rotating turret lens housing featuring 3 Wollensak Raptar lenses: 13 mm, f:1.9 lens; 38mm f/2.8 telephoto; 65mm f1.8 wide angle. Also features speed control, and footage indicator. There's also a neat exposure guide printed on the side!

The camera is pretty worn. The finish on the metal body is soiled has lots dings - see pics. In some places the textural top coat has chipped away - the lighter spots in the pics. The leatherette insert piece is also a bit dinged up. Paint has been chipped away on the exposure guide. The lenses are dirty and the filter hood on the wide angle is really dinged up.

Turret rotates, apertures change on the lenses. Motor runs and key winds, but with all of the dings and wear, I am selling this camera as is, and untested. That being said, this is still a handsome camera, at a steal of a price!

Comes with two spools.

A great camera for decor, prop or collection!

This is a very heavy camera. International shipping rates reflect this. Contact me with your location for a more personalized shipping quote.

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Movie Camera, Revere 8 Model 84, Circa 1940

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: metal, steel, glass, vintage camera
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1197 reviews
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