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    The Blackbird Fly is an analog twin-lens reflex film camera--one lens exposes the film, while the other is a viewfinder. Its history stretches back to the 1920s, when cameras were held at waist level to look down the viewfinder. The Blackbird model uses regular 35mm film, making it easy to process.

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*TOY CAMERAS* - Blackbird Fly Twin Lens Reflex Camera Uses 35mm film. This camera is the toy version of vintage twin lens reflex cameras (and it’s a sunny yellow!). One lens exposes the film while the other acts as the viewfinder. Images appear to be slightly darker around the edges. And it has three photo formats: 35mm, square or full frame. This allows you to take images uses the entire film, printing the sprockets of the film if you like.

Rolleiflex Twin lens Reflex Camera 2.8C Model K7C circa 1951-1953

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Graflex 2-1/4 x 3-1/4 RB Series B SLR Sheet Film Camera,(circa 1949), 127mm f4.5 Kodak Ektar Barrel Lens.

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This is what happens when you hack a 93 year-old film camera with a Canon DSLR Very cool. Such sharp photographs :)

Vintage Camera Kodak Brownie Turret f/1.9 Multi-Lens 8mm Movie Camera 1950s. I'm so lucky to've found one.

The Bauer 88B, made in Germany c1954. It likes 8mm spool film, good conversation, and long walks on the beach ♥ | via John Kratz on Flickr #Vintage #Camera