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All Items : Cameras and Photography : Pre 1950 item #1089949 (stock #0109)
BlueMoon Ent.
$30.00
A vintage hand-held 8mm Movie Camera, Cine Perfex Double Eight Model A , Manufactured by the Candid Camera Corp. between 1938 and 1950. This classic camera does not have case, however, it is in very good condition. The carry handle is still somewhat supple, and the winding mechanism winds and releases freely. It is nice and clean inside. I bet this still works. There is one Wollensak 13 mm f/2.5 Cine Velostigmat lens, and one blank Perflex on the front...
All Items : Cameras and Photography : Pre 1920 item #1089953 (stock #0110)
BlueMoon Ent.
$50.00
Eastman Kodak's first postcard format camera, the 3A Folding Pocket Kodak was introduced in 1903 and sold until 1915. It was a folding bed camera for making exposures in 3¼×5½ inch postcard format on type No. 122 rollfilm. I know that this camera belonged to my grandfather and that I still have pictures that were taken by it. It still appears to be in good shape, the bellows appear to be intact, it opens and closes well. It still fires and adjusts easily...
All Items : Cameras and Photography : Pre 1950 item #1089956 (stock #0111)
BlueMoon Ent.
$45.00
Around 1948, Polaroid introduced the Model 95 Polaroid Land Camera. This camera was not the first instant camera, but it was the first successfully mass-produced one. It was easy to use - almost automatic (only 8 settings of shutter/aperture) and fast (black/white photo was ready in one minute) which helped it be an instant success as well. The original box and papers are with this item. There is still film loaded in it, I did not remove it nor have I tried to take a picture...
All Items : Cameras and Photography : Pre 1970 item #1089959 (stock #0112)
BlueMoon Ent.
$40.00
This Model J66 Electric Eye Land Camera was manufactured by Polaroid between 1961 and 1963. The camera is in great shape and the bellows are just wonderful and appear to be light-tight, and the shutter still fires. Everything operates but I no longer have film so I am unable to truly test it. It worked the last time it was used around 1980. The handle is still supple and the case is still in great shape; there are a few marks on the surface but no real damage...
All Items : Cameras and Photography : Pre 1980 item #1089961 (stock #0113)
BlueMoon Ent.
$20.00
This distinctive and unusual camera from Polaroid, manufactured from 1971 to 1973,was designed for instant portrait use only. This Big Shot was a birthday gift way back when... It was the 'In Thing" then, since Andy Warhol was using the Big Shot; it became "his favorite tool to capture the heat of the momentous life he lived". I also did the "Big Shot Shuffle" often and still have most of the pictures I took; it always worked great. There is no box or paperwork with this item...
All Items : Cameras and Photography : Pre 1980 item #1089964 (stock #0114)
BlueMoon Ent.
$25.00
I bought this new around 1978-80 and I used it often. The last use was for my construction before/after pics. I replaced it with another Polaroid when the flash bars became difficult to purchase. Then the digital camera came of age...... I have the case but no paperwork. It worked great right to the time I put it away, and knowing Polaroid, it still does...
All Items : Cameras and Photography : Pre 1970 item #1089968 (stock #0115)
BlueMoon Ent.
$15.00
During the beginnings of the Counterculture of the 1960s, Polaroid Swinger Model 20 was released and was seemingly aimed right at that age group. It was the first true inexpensive instant camera and its 'modern' look made it very popular with the younger market of the times and also made it one of Polaroids' best sellers. This camera was my mother's that she used for school records I suppose (she was a middle school guidance counselor)...
All Items : Cameras and Photography : Pre 1960 item #1089970 (stock #0116)
BlueMoon Ent.
$20.00
Kodak “Series” adapters became the most common American system for lens accessories during the middle decades of the 20th century. Various filters and lenses were created in certain standard diameters and then could be used as "drop-in" disks for use in whatever Series fit over the diameter of your camera lens. The different Series adapter rings were manufactured in various diameters to cover just about any camera...
All Items : Cameras and Photography : Pre 1960 item #1089974 (stock #0117)
BlueMoon Ent.
$25.00
Kodak “Series” adapters became the most common American system for lens accessories during the middle decades of the 20th century...
All Items : Cameras and Photography : Pre 1960 item #1089979 (stock #0118)
BlueMoon Ent.
$15.00
This is an Argus Flash attachment/handle. It uses 2 "C" type batteries that load into the screw-on cap - labeled Argus - on the bottom of the hand grip. I do not know what type of flash bulb it takes but it seems that it can use 2 different types due to an adapter, labeled Tarwood, that fits into the dual prong adapter of the flash unit. There is no flash button, but the reflector apparently can be adjusted for height or removed. There are two prongs that attach it to the camera on the side o...
 
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