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c1964. 6x6cm exposures on rollfilm, plastic camera.

Imperial Camera: Mark XII Flash camera

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 2003-02-28
 B
 $16
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by bill339 » Sun Dec 21, 2014 8:20 am

The Imperial Mark XII Flash 1950’s camera was made in Chicago by Herbert George. It took 6x6 images on 620 film. Like many Imperial cameras, it was made of plastic and available in several colors - examples have been observed in red, light blue, a brighter blue, grey, black, tan, green, and even pink. There were also variants with different face plates labelled as the Official Boy Scouts of America Camera, Official Girl Scouts Camera and Official Brownie Scouts Camera. The design is very basic, having a fixed-focus, one shutter speed and a single aperture, although it was of course available with a flash unit. Recent sales have ranged from $12.00 to $49.00 and $16.00 to $80.00 with the flash unit. The price varies depending on color and condition.

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