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Keystone K 45 Riviera Delux 8mm Movie Camera

Keystone K 45 Riviera Delux 8mm Movie Camera

Keystone K 45 Riviera Delux 8mm Movie Camera Purchase Here

This movie camera was introduced in 1949 by the Keystone Mfg. Co., Boston, MA U.S.A. and equipped with interchangeable lenses: a Cine-Tel Elgeet 1 1/2, f;3.5, aa Elgeet 3.5mm f:2.5 Wide Angle and Keystone Elgeet 1/2 f:1.9. It measures approximately 4 1/2 (to the longest lens 6 3/4) x 4 inches, it is compact. The housing is metal, covered with brown leather. There were two models: the normal K45 and the deluxe K45 Riviera. This is the Delux Rivera Model in very good condition, all levers, knobs, buttons and winder move freely, the motor “ticks” when activated fpr still and motion, no further testing was performed. The ulta cool vintage Keystone 8mm movie camera is used, sold as a collectible and sold as is. $87.45

Polaroid Colarpack II Land Camera Retro

Polaroid Colarpack II Land Camera Retro

Polaroid Colarpack II Land Camera Retro Green Collectible Purchase Here

First manufactured in 1969, the Colorpack 2 was the first rigid, plastic bodied, color film capable Polaroid  marketed to retail consumers, and set a precedent for many, many similar models thereafter. The Colorpack is designed to use 100 series packfilm. The Colorpack 2 also takes generic ‘blue dot’ flashcubes, with a wind-up hot shoe and small plastic diffuser set to one side of the lens. This is an interesting Green Polaroid camera collectible with the levers, buttons and dials moving freely, no further testing was performed. Includes good used condition camera, good used condition case, 4 unknown condition flash bulbs in holder and used film wipe in plastic container. All items sold as collectibles and sold as is. $38.45

Zeiss Ikon Volta with Rol-Bak Film Back Rare

Zeiss Ikon Volta with Rol-Bak Film Back Rare

Rare Zeiss Ikon Volta 135/7 with a Rol-Bak Film Back Purchase Here

This very rare, very vintage, very collectible camera has an even rarer Rol-Bak (film back) that reads: “Rol-Bak Wilmar Electronics Inc. NY, NY USA” with a little sticker that states: “Burke and James  Solar Enlargers – Cameras – Photo Supplies Since 1897 Chicago USA” . This used Zeiss Ikon Volta Camera and Rol-Bak Film-Back are both in very good vintage condition and sold as is.  All knobs, levers, dials, buttons move freely and shutter clicks, no further testing was performed. $239.45

The Volta is a folding bed (folding plate) camera for 9 x 12 cm film plates or sheet film. The focus is by the single extension bellows by sliding the front on the rail.The shutter is a Derval Shutter with speeds 1/15, 1/50, and 1/100 sec. plus T and B mode, the lens is a Novar Anastigmat 1:6.3 f = 13.5 cm lens.  It was originally introduced in 1920 and production continued by Zeiss Ikon until 1929.

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