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Zeiss Ikon
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Zeiss Ikon Nettar Horizontal Folding Camera for


120 (6x6) Film (518/16)


The Nettar series by Zeiss Ikon was a successful range of self-erecting folding cameras for 120 roll film (often described as B2 6x9 film). Several types were offered for 6×9cm, 6×6 cm and 6×4.5cm format, with different lenses in a variety of shutters. Zeiss Ikon also produced a Nettar equipped with an exposure meter, the Nettax (513/16)

Autofocus System Camera Body & Dedicated Flash

The Minolta Dynax 3000i was both, the budget model of Minolta's second generation of autofocus system cameras, and its first point-and-shoot single lens reflex camera. The only thing missing was a built-in flash, but the small flashguns D316i and D314i where attachable to the new Dynax/Maxxum flash connector. These little system flashes used power from the expensive 5CR2 camera battery. The camera had no own flash-on/off switch. Switching to flash mode was only possible after attaching and afterwards switching on the D316i, D314i or 3200i system flashgun. flash synchronized exposure times where from 1/20 to 1/60 seconds, normal shutter speeds were 4s-1/1000 seconds.


The Minolta Dynax 3000i was both, the budget model of Minolta's second generation of autofocus system cameras, and its first point-and-shoot single lens reflex camera. The only thing missing was a built-in flash, but the small flashguns D316i and D314i were attachable to the new Dynax/Maxxum flash connector. Flash synchronized exposure times were from 1/20 to 1/60 seconds, normal shutter speeds were 4s-1/1000 seconds. The only exposure mode beside program - and flash automatics was the Hi-Speed mode which made automatic exposure with preference for the highest possible shutter speed.


Pentax MZ-50

The Pentax MZ-50 is an autofocus 35mm SLR introduced by Pentax in 1997. The camera has several exposure modes. Settings are displayed in an LCD display next to the shutter release button, and selected using a mode dial on the left hand side of the top plate, and a lever-switch (in the collar of the release button) to navigate the menu in the display


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Olympus OM10 Kit

An Olympus OM10 Kit including 2 x Lenses one Zoom and one Wide Angle. Also included is the Manual Shutter accessory. The camera, lenses and shutter accessory are all in good condition and sold as working.


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Yashica FRII 35 mm SLR Film Camera  

With OSAWA MC 1:3.8 75-150 mm Lens


This camera was designed with maximum ease of operation in mind and features fully automatic exposure control. Silicon photo-diode metering has been employed for instantaneous exposure readout and an exposure compensation dial is provided for adjustment in special lighting situations.

Nikon F90X Plus MB-10 Grip


The Nikon F90x is a 35 mm auto focus SLR using Nikon's F lens mount.

It was targeted toward the advanced amateur or prosumer; its feature set is comparable to that of Nikon's current D100/200/300 SLRs. The name N90s was used for marketing in the United States; everywhere else, the camera was called the F90x. This camera was also used as the base for the Kodak DCS 400 series of digital SLRs. The N90s/F90x was introduced in 1994 and discontinued in 2001. The camera's predecessor, the N90/F90, was introduced in 1992 and discontinued in 1994. The successor to the N90s, the F100, was introduced in 1998




Lightweight Plastic 35 mm Camera Kit


Ex Demo


Very Simple Plastic Toy Like Kit

Ideal as a Child's First Working Film Camera.


Requires Batteries



The EOS 1000N AKA EOS Rebel II


The EOS 1000N is a newer revision of the Canon EOS 1000 line of 35mm SLR cameras releases in 1992. In the Americas the most basic models without flash is called EOS Rebel II. A date version is also available as the EOS Rebel II QD. The flash versions of the camera is called EOS 1000FN while the American version is called EOS Rebel S II or often written with non-roman spelling as EOS Rebel S2. The flash date version is available as the EOS 1000FN QD. In Japan it is known as EOS 1000S QD or with a panorama option as EOS 1000S QD-P.


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Zeiss Ikon Ikonta 520/16


The 520/16 is a folding camera in the Ikonta line, produced by the German company Zeiss Ikon.
 

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