A late 19th - early 20th century timber half-plate studio camera, 'Photographic Productions Pty Ltd Sydney' to front standard the only identification. The camera on fitted stand with leather bellows (in need of attention), a Cooke Aviar Anastigmat Series I
Two vintage Kodak Eastman Brownie box Cameras, a leatherette covered Brownie Junior with its Art Deco inspired metal front plate, introduced in the US in 1934 for the original price of $2.75 and discontinued in 1942, and the Australian made version of the
Antique Cameras: Kodak 5 x 7 View camera (modified to take 4 x 5 inch film) plus an antique expanding timber & brass camera with 'Robbins Photo Depot...Liverpool' makers plaque. Fair condition (2 items)
Kodak cameras Kodak; comprising a Retina IIIc No. 87096 with a Schneider Xenon C f/2.0 50mm. Lens; as Retina IIIc No. 77140 with a Rodenstock Heligon C f/2 50mm. Lens; a Retina IIc, a Retina If and others; a Kodak 35 (7) -4
Cine Kodak special outfit Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, NY; 16mm., comprising a Cine-Kodak special camera No. 8128, a f/2.7 15mm. Lens, f/1.9 25mm. Lens, a f/2.5 38mm. Lens, f/4.5 16 inch lens. A f/2.7 63mm. Lens, f/1.6 50mm. Lens B(iii)
Kodak Bantam special camera No. 16315, Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, Ny; 828-film, black-enamel and metal Art-Deco styled body, with a Kodak Anastigmat Ektar f/2 45mm. Lens No. 17140 in a Compur shutter, in maker's evere ready case
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