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The Kodak Signet 80 was the last and most sophisticated camera in Kodak's Signet line. It is an interchangeable lens 35 mm rangefinder camera produced from 1958 to 1962 by Kodak in the USA. The body, constructed of die-cast metal and (mostly) Bakelite, has a coincident coupled rangefinder combined with a very nice life-sized projected frame viewfinder. The camera has a synchronized behind-the-lens leaf shutter in a unique scissors lock lens mount.

This was Kodak's second attempt at an American-made camera system, the first being the Ektra. The Signet 80 was targeted at the photography enthusiast and is capable of taking high quality photographs. It originally sold for $130 USD[1] , about $950 USD in 2007.

This camera is in fantastic condition, very clean + all functions work great, the light meter (under the white cap shown on the camera face) is still light sensitive, although we can't speak to how exacting its accuracy is, it seems to work pretty well.

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