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Juls added a new comment to Kodak EK2
Salve io ne ho una originale, vorrei utilizzarla ma non riesco a capire dove posso comprare una nuova batteria e Delle nuove pellicole. Potresti indicarmi un buon sito? Grazie

Juls added a new comment to Kodak EK2
Salve io ne ho una originale, vorrei utilizzarla ma non riesco a capire dove posso comprare una nuova batteria e Delle nuove pellicole. Potresti indicarmi un buon sito? Grazie

PRAHLADAN KN added a new comment to Kodak S500AF
I bought one KODAK S 500 AF Camera when I was in Hungary from Budapest in 1990. This was working fine till 2003. Latter developed some problems with its film loading mechanism.Any idea where I can get

Betty Hilliard added a new comment to Utility Manufacturing Company Falcon
I was born in 1931 and have this camera and a few pictures made with it (tiny pictures). Mine doesn't have a tripod socket and the view finder is metal (2 pieces which fold into each other). The vie

Susan Evans added a new comment to Concord Camera Corp. Neon Lites
Is there a way to find out if there's any resale value on these cameras?

David Wise added a new comment to Kodak Pocket Instamatic
The magicube flash had a mechanical striker to eliminate the battery

Herb added a new comment to Kodak Pocket Instamatic
What powers the flash?

CameraHistoryProject added a new comment to Kodak Colorburst
Hello javad,There was a lawsuit between Kodak and Polaroid quite a few years back that required Kodak to stop producing their instant film. Therefore, new stock of this film is not available, however

Mary C Jackson added a new comment to Utility Manufacturing Company Falcon
I found a Falcon Miniature at an estate sale. Think I paid $10 for it. Had never seen one before. My question is, how did you take a photo? The lens doesn't seem to open.

Alexis added a new comment to Kodak S500AF
How do you unwind/ unload film from this camera?


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Camera History Project

This website is the culmination of years of antiquing. My wife and I enjoyed travelling around the United States, stopping at various antique shops and finding different cameras. Since 2012, we have collected hundreds of cameras, and there are some that we have, but that have not made it online yet. When the real world slows down, we plan to resume our hobby! Feel free to check out our online collection, and using the comment system, let us know which you've had and which is your favorite!

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