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  • Allywan

    all about the vintage cameras now. #film #photography

  • JD Talley

    old cameras pictures | Barcelona Photoblog: My Vintage Camera - Check AbsolutLomo Contest!

  • Jessica Spencer

    Old school cam!

  • Diane J. Davis

    Like the leather case... #old camera

  • Sveva Gypsy World

    vintage camera #vintage #old #antique #things #stuff #past #remember #nostalgic

  • Emily Taylor

    I chose this to add to my Still life board because I really like the old look that the camera has, if you look into the fact it is a photograph of an old camera taken by a new camera is quite creative as it's like old and new technology. The angling and small amount of colour in this photograph is good too. It's like an angled version of composition

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oh how I would love an old film camera.. it would be even better if it was a camera that looked like one of those old film cameras and was actually digital.. yep, I'm definitely drooling just thinking about it

1924us: 1924Who doesn’t want a film camera especially one with a story! Each of our cameras comes from a special somewhere with a lot to tell, great as decorative or usable pieces to your home collection. Available now during our Spring Sale, use code “SPRING15” at checkout for 15% off your entire purchase, ends tomorrow! Give this gentleman a home!

What we like: art in nature plus vintage feel. We have hope chest, suitcases, watering cans

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Bell & Howell Filmo ? 75 The beautiful Filmo 75 is a 16mm movie camera, produced in Chicago beginning in 1928. It was intended for amateur use, but the quality of its construction makes it easy to see why Bell & Howell cameras were the tools of choice for Hollywood studios in the early days of motion pictures. Although rather heavy by today's standards, the 75 was quite compact for its time, and was marketed as a ladies' camera. Its ornate leather covering was available in Walnut Brown, Ebony Black, and Silver Birch (seen here).

I hate to admit it, but I'm addicted to cameras. This will be the utter chaos of my addiction in the future