The following vintage Camera Collection can be purchased for $300.00 or best offer, or the cameras can be purchsed
individually. The prices shown are negotiable within reason.
The following cameras I accuired from my father, or were owned by me or other family members. I am not much of a
photographer or camera buff, so I am not familiar with many of them, but can try to answer questions or take additional shots
of the cameras as required. The buyer would need to pay for shipping, but these cameras should fit easily in one of the
US postal services fixed rate box sizes. I may be negotiable on prices. The agreed on price is for home pick up. Paypal will
also work, but the buyer will pay the Paypal fee and shipping with conformation. You can email me with questions at email@example.com
. These cameras can be purchased separately or as a whole lot for $300.00 or best offer.
camera above is a Yashica 44 in good condition. Yashica
– 44 for sale at $175.00
This Yashica-44 is another camera that came to me from my father. It is constructed with metal and has a black wrinkle
finish with gray leather ? Inlay on all six sides. It has a custom fitted leather case, Bakelite lens cover and two lenses
on the front. The top lens reads Yashikor 1 : 3, 5 = 60mm 392935, and the lower lens reads the same except that the last set
of numbers are 393512. Th camera has a jack for remote operation on the front left side and a distance calibration knob on
the left side. The Bakelite film winding knob is on the right hand side (facing the back of the camera), and the collapsible
metal viewing cover has an additional lens that flips up and an inner cover that flips down so the photographer can view from
the back when the camera is mounted on a stand. On the back of the camera is a red viewing port with a sliding cover for reading
the number of photos remaining. This camera was made in Japan and is a fine example of Japanese engineering and lens manufacturing.
This camera is complete and is in excellent shape. This camera is for sale at $175.00
Kodac Duraflex II focusing lense camera. $ 35.00
The above camera is a Kodak Duaflex II which was also from my fathers collection. It is one of the more rare examples
with the adjustable lense. They were built from 1950 to 1954. It is of metal construction with a closing upper viewing port.
There are two lenses on the front, with no markings on the upper one, while the lower one reads KODAR f : 72mm and has
an adjustable focus. Below the lense is a sliding aperature setting lever adjustable from f/8 to f11 and f16. The
neck strap is of black plastic. This camera in in very good condition and is for sale at $35.00 or best offer.
Kodak Brownie Starflash $20.00 or Best offer
This camera is a Kodak Brownie Starflash. This camera was my own when I went off to Boyscout Camp and it has my name
in white marker on the top. Other than that, it is in good condition Questions about this or any cameras on this page can
be sent using the following link.
Kodak Brownie Starmite camera $25.00 or best offer
The above camera is a Kodak Brownie Starmite. It is in good condition. Any question on this or any other cameras can
be directed to my email using the link below or above.