Bolex Paillard B8 Movie Camera Kit Made in Switzerland $298.95
This highly sought after Bolex B8 Sn 598188 is Circa 1956, made in Ste Croix Switzerland. The Bolex B8 is in good condition, winds and motor turns spindle inside when activated – no further testing was performed. This fine Swiss movie camera is used, sold as a collectible and sold as is.
This collectors kit includes:
1 – Bolex Paillard B8 Camera, 2 Lenses (1 Wollensak Ampro 13 mm / 1 Elitar No 6604 Wide-Angle) in good condition
1 – Take Up Film Reel Good Condition, Empty
1 – Black Perrin Plainsman 2 Leather Case fair condition, missing pull tung on zipper
1 – Original Instruction Manual Good Condition
1 – Cable Release Good Condition
1 – Bolex Exposure Table Good Condition
1 – Brown Leather Lens Case
Manon Cabin 35mm Slide Projector Vintage Japan $58.45
The Cabin Manon Slide Projector was made in Japan, the body is made of metal. It is in very good condition, the lamp lights and we viewed 2 slides with it (included with projector). This Cabin Projector is used, sold as a collectible and sold as is. Includes vintage Manon Cabin Projector, slide holder, original case, manual and power cord. Projector measures approx 2 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches.
Argus C3 with 50mm Cintar Lens Vintage 1960s $47.45
The Argus C3 was a rangefinder camera produced from 1939 to 1966 by Argus in Ann Arbor, michigan, USA. The camera was the best-selling 35mm camera in the world for nearly 30 years and popularized the 35mm format. Due to its shape, size, and weight, it is commonly called “The Brick” by photographers. The most famous 20th century photographer who used it is Tony Vaccaro, who used this model during World War II. The C3 was constructed of Bakelite and metal . The design featured an unusual but simple diaphragm shutter built into the camera body, so the camera could make use of interchangeable lenses without the need for a complex focal plane shutter. The rangefinder was separate from the viewfinder and was coupled to the lens through a series of gears located on the outside of the camera body. The profusion of knobs, gears, buttons, levers, and dials on the camera lent it a “scientific” look that was found in customer surveys to be one of the things buyers most liked about the camera. This particular camera is in fair condition, the shutter fires but does not retract, there is a small piece missing from the body denoted in thew 3rd picture inside the white circle, the camera is priced accordingly. This antique Argus camera and included original leather case is used, sold as collectibles and sold as is.
Ansco Rediflex 620 Film Camera Vintage 1950 $47.45
The Ansco Rediflex is a fixed-focus pseudo-TLR using 620 film made during the 1950s. Ansco was an American manufacturer of camera equipment in Binghamton, new york. In the 19th century its predecessor E. & H.T. Anthony Co. was the largest distributor of photography supply in the U.S.A.. It started in the ear;y 1840s as daguerreotype gallery Edward Anthony in New York and expanded its activity becoming photography supplier in 1847. In 1852 Edward Anthony’s brother Henry T. joined and in 1870 the company started making cameras. The company was the first to patent a roll-film holder that could be loaded in light. This scarce camera is in fair condition, the shutter fires and all levers and knobs turn freely – no further testing was done. Included inside the camera is a roll of used film. The camera and film are used, sold as collectibles and sold as is.
Yashica Electro 35 Vintage Rangerfinder Camera $68.45
In 1966 Yashica introduced the Electro 35, the first of a very successful line of 35mm rangefinder cameras with fixed Yashinon lenses. The rangefinder is coupled to the focusing ring and the viewfinder is parallax corrected. The Electros use aperture priority exposure with a stepless automatic shutter with speeds from 30 seconds to 1/500s. Metering is done by half depressing the shutter button. This rare Yashica rangefinder is in good condition, all levers, knobs, buttons and dials move freely and the shutter fires – no further testing was performed. Includes a good condition original leather case. Camera and case are used, sold as collectibles and sold as is.
Ansco Standard Speedex 20 Camera $78.45
The Speedex was made by the merged Agfa/Ansco company in Binghamton, NY. in 1940. It uses 120 film and has the Anastigmat Ansco f/6.3 90m lens. The camera is in good physical condition, opens and closes smoothly. The knobs turns freely, I could not get the shutter to fire – no further testing was performed. Included with the camera is the original owners manual good condition, exposure guide in good condition and poor condition box. These items are used, sold as collectibles and sold as is.
Kodak Senior Six-20 Kodamatic Antique Camera $58.45
The Kodak Senior Six – 20 was made in the 1930s has an art deco look, the Kodamatic Shutter and takes 620 film. The camera is in good condition, all buttons, knobs, dials move freely. the shutter fires – no further testing was performed. This Antique Kodak Camera is used, sold as a collectible and sold as is.