Vintage Zeiss Ikon Camera with a Flash. Comes as pictured with camera case and carry bag with booklet. black ring around lens is flattened out from getting banged around.
Vintage Weston Model 854 Exposure Meter
Includes strap, warranty card, shutter speed guide and instruction manual in the original box (with a price tag). This item has a few minor scratches and the box shows wear and is scuffed (see pictures). Works took it outside in the sun and the needle rises.
Vintage Weston Model 853 Exposure Meter
Includes leather case, strap, warranty card, shutter speed guide and instruction manual in the original box. This item has a few minor scratches and the box shows wear and is scuffed and torn on one corner and inside by the leather case (see pictures). Does not seem to work took it outside in the sun and the needle does not rise.
Olympus LT Zoom 105 Compact 35mm Camera with case both Burgundy with Original box (missing instructions)
The Olympus LT Zoom 105 of 1997 was a fully automatic “designer” compact aimed at travelers requiring a good-looking point and shoot with a zoom lens. It was the second in the Olympus LT (leather tech) series. The camera, box and case are in excellent condition (looks new but selling as used). The battery compartment is clean and we have tested the camera. (see pictures)
We are selling my Father’s camera collection so check out our other listings as well.
An easy-to-use fully automatic camera with a leather-like touch.
Built-in 38mm – 105mm approx. 3X zoom lens.
Quartz date or time imprinting.
Versatile, easy-to-use functions include spot metering, night scene mode, as well as various flash modes.
This camera has five flash modes. Select the flash mode according to your shooting conditions and needs.
Type: Full automatic 35 mm autofocus lens-shutter camera with built-in 38 ~ 105 mm zoom lens.
Film format: 35 mm standard DX-coded film (24 x 36mm)
Lens: Olympus lens 38~105 mm F4.5 ~ 8.9, 6 elements in 5 groups.
Shutter: Programmed electronic shutter.
Viewfinder: Real image zoom viewfinder (with autofocus mark, close-up correction marks, autofocus indicator and flash indicator).
Focusing: Active-type autofocus system. Focus lock possible.
Focusing range: 0.6 m (2ft) ~ (infinity).
Exposure control: Programmed automatic exposure control, 3-zone light metering, switchable to spot metering. Auto exposure range: Wide-angle EV2.3 (F4.5, 4 sec.) to EV16 (F10.9, 1/500 sec.),Telephoto — EV4.3 (F8.9, 4 sec.) to EV17 (F19.7,1/350 sec.).
Exposure counter: Progressive type with automatic reset, displayed on LCD panel.
Self timer: Electronic self timer 12-sec. delay.
Film speed range: Automatic setting with DX-coded film with ISO 50, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200. For non DX-coded film and film with less than ISO 50, film speed is set to ISO 100.
Film loading: Automatic loading. (Automatically advances to first frame when back cover is closed.)
Film advance: Automatic film winding.
Film rewind: Automatic film rewind (automatic rewind activation at end of film, automatic rewind stop).
Flash: Built-in flash. Recycling time: Approx. 0.5 ~ 7 sec. (at normal temperature with new battery).
Flash working range: Wide-angle — 0.6 ~ 4.7 m (2 ~ 15.4 ft), Telephoto — 0.6 ~ 2.4 m (2 ~ 7.9 ft) with ISO 100 color negative film: Wide-angle 0.6 ~ 9.4 m (2 ~ 30.8 ft). Telephoto — 0.6 ~ 4.7m (2 ~ 15.4 ft) with ISO 400 color negative film.
Flash modes: AUTO (Automatic flash activation in lowlight and backlight), AUTO-S (Redeye-Reducing,otherwise same as Auto), OFF (No flash), FILL-IN (Forced activation), (for night scene with slowest shutter speed of 4 sec. Other functions operate as the same as in Auto mode.)
Battery check: Displayed on LCD panel.
Weatherproof: IEC Standard publication 529.
Shot description: Protected against splashing water. Definition: Water splashed against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effect.
Power source: 3 V lithium battery (DL123A/CR123A)
Dimensions: 121(W) x 66 (H) x 46 (D) mm (4.8 x 2.6x 1.8 in) (without protrusions).
Weight: 255 g (9.0 oz) (without battery)
SPECIFICATIONS FOR DATE UNIT
Imprinting direction: Data imprinted onto film from lens side.
Data coding: No data, year-month-day, month-day year, day-month-year and day-hour-minute.
External indication of data: Data display on LCD panel.
Film speed setting: Automatic film speed setting.
Automatic calendar system: Up to year 2030.
This is a one owner camera. Over $600.00 new and only used for eBay picture uploads. eBay increased the quality requirement of photos, so we replaced it with a CanonSD1200 IS. The battery was replaced once. The lens bezel had a small flat area from swinging on the strap and bouncing of a motorcycle part. Hopefully someone else can get some good use out of this nice camera from Kodak. There are many reviews online about these DC 4800’s.
“Kodak has been in the digital camera business since the very beginning, providing cameras for all types of user, ranging from beginner to professional. Who could forget the DC20, one of their first cameras, which had a whopping 320×240 resolution, no zoom, and a fixed focus lens? I can remember being envious of those with the old DC50 (756 x 504 and 3X optical zoom!) That DC50 was the high end camera back in 1996, and the new $799 DC4800 is Kodak’s best consumer camera in the year 2000.
The design of the DC4800 is quite a departure from all of Kodak’s previous cameras (and that’s a good thing in my opinion), and as it turns it, it takes great photos comparable to the best 3 Mpixel cameras. Read on to find out more about this latest offering from Kodak…” Jeff Keller
Vintage POLAROID Instant cameras group of 4. All cameras use 600 Film. All cameras show minor cosmetic wear and have a strap. All cameras are in good working order and ready for you to use.
Polaroid One Step Closeup Land Camera with Built in Flash
Polaroid Impulse 600 Instant Film Camera (has “Heritage 5th Grade” written on side in black sharpie)
Polaroid One Step Close Up 600
Polaroid Sun 600 Camera
These cases are from a family collection, they are all in good condition and all stitching is in tact and all snaps work. The Anseco and the Argus come with the bolt to hold the camera as well. The carry/shoulder straps are missing on the Argus and the Fujica (the Kodak never came with a strap). I tried my best to research which camera’s and years they are for below.
1958 Vintage Fujica Camera case 35 ML
Made in Japan
1940 Anesco Camera case for ANSCO Regent
Top Grain Cowhide Made in the USA
1940 Argus Argoflex Box Camera leather case
Top Grain Cowhide Made in the USA
1959 – 1963 Kodak Brownie Starmatic Field Case
Selling 5 flash attachments as a grouping, there are no boxes or additional parts other than what you see in the pictures. A great deal for someone who collects.
Ansco Flash attachment (clean no battery cover)
Minolta Maxxum D-314i Shoe Mount Flash (no idea how to check for battery on this one)
Honeywell Auto Strobonar 360 Flash (no idea how to check for battery on this one, one slider on the side by plug stem is broken)
Nimslo Opti Lite Flash (clean battery compartment)
Yashica PRO-50DX with Built in PC Cord (clean battery compartment)
This is an Argus A2F Scale Focus 35mm camera made by Argus out of Ann Arbor, MI. It is in the original leather case and is in good shape for the age with only minor scuffing, the bottom bolt to hold camera in case is missing. It was part of the Argus A-series line which were the very first American made cameras to use the new 135 format 35mm film. The A2F was the top of the line pre-war model featuring both an extinction meter to help with calculating exposure, and a collapsible lens with a helical focus that had a range from 15″ to infinity. It has a Bakelite body with an aluminum back that featured a prominent art-deco pattern. There were half a dozen different A-series models prior to WWII, but only 2 were produced after the war as entry level models. This serial number is 13116. Everything you can fiddle with seems to function as it should.
This listing is for a Vintage Argus Coated Cintar 3.5 50mm Camera
The front and back of this camera has black leather attached to it. It has a range finder dial on it which adjusts the lens. The shutter and all winding knobs work. The lens does adjust in and out with with the rangefinder and is free of scratches. This is a very solid, heavy built camera. It has chrome metal trim around it and a big metal hinge on the side. The inside looks nice and clean. The only thing I see wrong is that the black leather pieces mounted to front and back are curled away in some places at the edges on the front they are missing in the corners (see pictures). Made in the USA!