Very nice condition. Lens is clear and scratch free. Still in the original Styrofoam container it came in with the No.17139174 imprinted next to Japan. There is one cap on the end and the mounting bolt hole looks fine.
Limited Edition Sports Illustrated 35mm Camera
This is a vintage Sports Illustrated 35mm Film Camera it was a limited edition giveaway.
It features an optical color 50mm 1:6f lens. The shutter clicks and the film rewind works. The instructions and the flash brochure are inside the case, the case has a few scratches on the back from storage. This camera is like new.
TDC Stereo Camera
This is a terrific looking vintage camera. 1954-60
Camera shutter fires, shutter sound good, lens and glass is clean and clear, no apparent haze or fungus, back side of camera has small amount of blistering/lifting as seen in pictures, clean inside. Comes with the original instructions and case, the case strap is broken as shown in pictures but otherwise in great shape.
This antique camera was made from 1940 to 1943. The Agfa PB 20 Viking is a nicely-finished, higher-spec version of Agfa Ansco’s other 6×9 PB 20 folders. Notably, this one offers a body shutter release, “quality” metal finishes, and an f/6.3 or f/7.7 anastigmat lens. The rim-set shutter offers 1/25-1/100 sec. exposures, plus T and B. The camera were produced by Ansco in Binghamton, NY.
The PB 20 designation for the film size is equivalent to 120 film (Kodak’s designation). It is in great shape, looks almost new the bellows are soft and perfect and the lens is clean no scratches, the outside corners show a little wear on the viewfinder see pictures. The workmanship in this piece is amazing. It comes with the original Instruction Manual (shows wear) and leather satchel which shows wear and has a broken carry strap.
Vivitar Electronic Camera Flash Model 102 in Original Box with Manual a great find for the collector!
This is a basic Electronic Flash Unit in Excellent Condition with the manual, cord, warranty card and other paperwork in original wrappers. This unit looks new but selling as used. The flash unit operates via the built in hot shoe or the included PC Synch Cord. It requires 4 AA 1.5V batteries (not included). The battery compartment is exceptionally clean and shows no signs of corrosion. According to the Owner’s Manual a fresh set of Alkaline batteries will produce 400+ flashes.
Vivitar Corporation Vivitar 550 PZ Data Back 35mm Film Camera (Golden-Like Color Version) with Vivitar Series 1 38-90mm Lens This item is in fantastic condition, there are 3 small scratches on the bottom as shown in pictures. Batteries not included, battery case is clean of corrosion. Was tested and all functions seem fine, no scratches on lens, no carry strap.
This listing is for a previously owned Zeiss Ikon Ikoblitz 1316 Flash Gun with Case, Original Box and Instructions. This is from my Father-in-Law’s collection and he had it tested the capacitor was fine, needs a battery. There are some minor scratches but NO dents and nicks in the reflector. The zippered leather case is in great condition and the instructions are in English. The box has some writing on it and a sticker as well as some water damage on the bottom side and there is also a hole in the edge of the box in that spot. (see pictures) A great find for any collector!
Olympus Infinity Stylus f3.5 35mm Film Camera
Small and lightweight, the Infinity Stylus features an auto focus that helps the photographer capture both crystal-clear close-ups and panoramic shots in the country or cityscape. Attach a wrist-strap, slip the camera into its case, and you’re ready to grab some candid photos on the run. Sporting an F3.5 lens, the 35-millimeter camera is designed to use either DX-coded or ISO 100 film. A lithium 3-volt battery powers the built-in flash and auto rewind, and you can even be the subject of your own photos since the camera includes a self-timer. A battery check on the LCD screen allows the user to easily keep tabs on the devices’ power status.