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Olympus Chrome Six II 6x6

This camera, released in 1952 is a typical cm folder camera of that time. Very difficult to use though, because there is no light meter and no device for

Vintage Cameras...I had some of these and even one further back with the old, old Kodak "Browie." It was a brown box with a lens and simple click system to capture black and white photos that I still have today.

I had some of these and even one further back with the old, old Kodak "Browie." It was a brown box with a lens and simple click system to capture black and white photos that I still have today. This looks impressive? So what do you feel?

Where can I get my hands on this?  - Minolta Miniflex

The third vintage camera I was given was the Minolta Miniflex. This is a much newer camera than the other two, made in however I find.

This is what your "pocket" camera would look like in the 1920s! #camera #Kodak #1920s

The Evolution of Photography

vintage cam: No Folding Pocket Kodak (via 50 Vintage Cameras: A Buyer’s Guide For Photographers)

Final Major Project, Fashion, Design, Student, Cameras, Photography, Illustration, Embroidery, Installation, Show, Inspiration

Leica Zorki C Camera circa 1952 Another Leica camera, different design

"antique & vintage cameras make great decor accessories especially for that well traveled collected look - great way to repurpose old cameras especially paired with old maps & old books (maybe 2 mismatched as a "pair" of bookends)" Carolyn Williams, Antiques Dealer, Atlanta

Antique & vintage cameras make great decorative accessories especially for that well traveled acquired look . Great way to repurpose old cameras especially paired with old maps and old books (maybe 2 mismatched as a "pair" of bookends).

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