My new cameras

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  1. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I bought a bunch of old cameras the other day...

    A 'Sears' Polaroid with accessory flash, I have the manual for this as well
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    A pink 'Cool Cam' Polaroid with matching pink bag
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    A Kodak Extralite 30 with case & manual
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    A Brownie Bullseye with accessory flash...and flash cover (supposedly very rare)
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    A brownie Jr. Box camera (I've had this one for a while)
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    A 3-A Brownie folding Box camera
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    Here is the one they said was a spy camera...A 16mm Minolta MG with case, flash (with bulbs), filters and all the manuals.
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    I also have a Polaroid SX-70 but I haven't taken any photos of it yet.
     
  2. michelejo

    michelejo TPF Noob!

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    those are cool!!!!
     
  3. terri

    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That's a fun lot! :thumbup: Get your Time Zero film while you can for that SX-70, Mike - if you wanted to enjoy shooting it before Polaroid D/C the film within the next few months.

    There will be 600 film around for the foreseeable future, so those other cams will be great fun.

    Hope you can score film for the "spy cam"! :)
     
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    Mitica100 Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Ahh.... yes! Minolta 16, they copied the Minox, as other camera manufacturers did. Very successfully I might add. They use that 16mm film I mentioned before. I'll see if I can find some film for you, shouldn't be too hard. :)

    The #a Folding Brownie needs some restoration work. Let me know if you're doing it by yourself or if you plan to send it away. I have a few tips in regards to reattaching the leatherette.
     
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  6. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Thanks for the Link, and all the other info. :thumbsup:
     
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    Hey mike, I love the polaroids! Awesome collection. That pink one is super sweet. Did you pick these up from a local shop here or through ebay or something similar? Thanks for posting these.
     

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