Antique - 1936 Kodak Bullet Camera - Display Only

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Antique - 1936 Kodak Bullet Camera - Display Only

24.95

Need to add some interest to a book shelf? Need a gift for a photographer? Collect antique cameras? This rare beauty is in great condition for the age.

Some wear and tear due to age.

Introduced by Kodak in 1936 as a sleek, pocket-size camera with art deco influence. Fixed focus, 35mm lens that screwed into the black bakelite camera body when not in use. Originally captured eight 1-5/8x2-1/2” pictures on 127-format roll of film. To load film you would remove the back of the camera, pull the paper across the filk gale to to the take-up spool, replace the back and wind the film until you see the first frame number through a round red plastic window on the back of the camera. Pretty cool huh?

While the camera is strictly for display when it was in working condition you simply unscrwed the lens, unfolded the viewing finder, point and shoot. Easy as that. Originally this camera retailed for $2.25!

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