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1930s Moviematic Motion Picture Camera Motion and Still Pictures Art Deco Design Very Good to Excellent Condition

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This is a circa 1937 Moviematic 3-in-1 Motion Picture Camera made by General Moviematic Camera, Inc. New York, NY. It produces 16mm movies, snapshots, and filmbook exposures and is key wound. It also has an Ilex Achromatic lens and has settings on the front for very bright, bright, and dull light. The body is black painted metal with a polished metal Art Deco holographic checkered faceplate. It stands 5" tall and 2" across the front. The key winds but the mechanical movement is spotty probably because it needs a film cartridge in place for the winding mechanism to engage. Because of the age, it is being sold as-is. The body does not have any scrapes, nicks, dents or dings. The key wind has a small touch of tarnish on one side. Very Good to Excellent Condition for a 74 year old camera! Due to its 2 pound weight, this camera will be shipped USPS Priority Mail.

This camera would make a great collector's item or may even be used in an art installation.

Please visit my Optics and Cameras Section for more movie and still cameras.

1930s Moviematic Motion Picture Camera Motion and Still Pictures Art Deco Design Very Good to Excellent Condition

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: Metal Alloy, Optical Glass, Polished Chrome
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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