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I started collecting in July 2014 when I inherited a dozen cameras from an uncle. I'd always been interested in photography and at one point collected the Hasselblad cameras and system accessories. My initial aim was to collect an example of all the cameras I'd previously owned, but now it has gone on to around 200 examples of a wide range of types. There's no particular theme but I spend most weekends scouring local markets and "vide greniers" here in France looking for "finds". The @ designation describes where I sourced them .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Flag Counter
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Manufacturer:Model Manufacture years Serial Number Date acquiredPrice PaidComments
AGFA: Agfamatic 200 Sensor camera  AGFA: Agfamatic 200 Sensor1972  Jan 2016F4 Came in a 3 camera lot
AGFA: Agfamatic 2008 Tele Pocket camera  AGFA: Agfamatic 2008 Tele Pocket1976  May 2015F4 Quality feel compared to the similar Kodak Ektra range. @Chabanais
AGFA: Clack camera  AGFA: Clack1954-1965 Not found May 2015F4 in leather case @Cherves Chatelars
The Clack camera was manufactured by Agfa 1954-65. This is the earlier model which has a metal body, later ones were made of plastic. It is a simple, boxlike camera, with a single-element 95mm meniscus lens with built-in close-up lens and yellow filter. It takes 6×9 cm pictures on 120 film.
AGFA: Iso Pak (1968) camera  AGFA: Iso Pak (1968)1968  Sept 2016F4 @ Marillac le Franc
AGFA: Iso Rapid I (Mod III) camera  AGFA: Iso Rapid I (Mod III)1968-1970  June 2017@ Yvrac Nice condition with Agfa "isi" flashgun.
AGFA: Iso Rapid Ic (Mod II) camera  AGFA: Iso Rapid Ic (Mod II)1968 Not found July 2015F4 1969 @Montembouef
Agfa's Rapid film system, which used 35mm film, appeared in 1964 as a rival to Kodak's 126 film. The film was supplied in special metal cassettes. Whereas the Rapid system used a standard film pressure plate, 126 relied on the close tolerances of its cartridge to hold the film flat. Compared to standard 35mm film, the Rapid system was easier to load, since the film did not have to be threaded onto a take-up spool. The new full cassette is simply placed in one side of the film chamber with its leader protruding, and an empty cassette in the other side. Then the camera is closed and can be used after winding to the first exposure; the film feeds into the empty cassette. The film does not need to be rewound. At the end of the roll, the now-empty cassette is moved to the other side and used as the take-up cassette for the next roll.

The Rapid film system was not entirely new, but a modification of Agfa's Karat film cartridge system of the mid-1930s. The Rapid system had the added capability of setting the camera's autoexposure mechanism (if any) to the proper film speed automatically, as did the 126 cartridge.

A similar system to the Rapid cartridge was made in East Germany, called SL System.
AGFA: Isola I camera  AGFA: Isola I1957-1963 None May 2015F4 Had to bargain hard to get this. It took a lot of cleaning, but yet another nice AGFA. @Roumazieres.
AGFA: Isolette (after war) camera  AGFA: Isolette (after war)1945-1950 None Feb 2015G5 Bellows a bit saggy, otherwise excellent.
@Ebay Fr
AGFA: Isomat Rapid camera  AGFA: Isomat Rapid1965-1969 AG 4947 BY April 2017Mint @ La Rochefoucauld with a cute little Agfa collapsible flash "Tully"
AGFA: Silette Record camera  AGFA: Silette Record1963 none found May 2015G4 bit bashed but working meter and speeds. Lever wind at base.
The camera has a completely new angular body, similar to the later Agfa Optima 500 and Agfa Optima 500 SN, rapid-wind lever and re-wind lever on bottom; with Coupled Selenium cell meter with readout on top and finder and viewfinder. The lens is Agfa Color Apotar 45mm f/2.8 in Prontor 500LK shutter.
Asahi: Honeywell Pentax Spotmatic (SP) camera  Asahi: Honeywell Pentax Spotmatic (SP)1964 3833030 Mar 2015F4 A great example - clean in every respect, with f1.4 lens. Also a very nice original Pentax bellows unit.
@Cognac le Foret.
Asahi: Pentax Espio 120 camera  Asahi: Pentax Espio 1201994 9675496 Sep 2015F4 @Vitrac
From 1990-2005, Pentax sorted its compact cameras into two main groups. The low end range had a PC prefix, but the high end series was branded as Espio (IQZoom in the US). These were mostly quite advanced compacts with built-in flash, autofocus, and zoom lenses.
  Asahi: Pentax Espio 801996 7830972 Oct 2017Neat 35-80 Zoom compact @ Chasseneuil
Asahi: Pentax Espio Mini camera  Asahi: Pentax Espio Mini1994 1221858 Oct 2015F4 @Chasseneuil
Asahi: Pentax K1000 camera  Asahi: Pentax K10001976-1997 6792604 May 2019@ Chassenon A grubby but fully working classic with Vivitar 28mm
Asahi: Pentax ME Super camera  Asahi: Pentax ME Super1980-1986 3825865 Mar 2015F4 Good clean functional condition. Bright viewfinder and easy to use with aperture priority and LED speed indications.
@Ebay Fr
In 1977, Pentax had introduced two compact 35mm SLRs, the MX and the ME, after the Olympus OM-1 presented in 1972 had introduced a new trend for compactness in SLR cameras.

The Pentax ME was the automatic model, but it had no manual mode. It was replaced in 1979 by the simpler MV and the more advanced ME Super, which was the smallest and lightest SLR (440g) available, with the following changes:

manual mode added
shutter speed range from 4s to 1/2000, sync at 1/125
additional shoe contact for dedicated Pentax flash units
different finder magnification
The marking "ASAHI" in the pentaprism housing was eliminated sometime between the ME and the ME Super
Asahi: Pentax ME Super camera  Asahi: Pentax ME Super1980-1986 3858964 May 2019@ Chassenon with 3 lenses Vivitar, Sigma, Eikor
Asahi: Pentax MZ-M camera  Asahi: Pentax MZ-M1997-2005 7589664 Jul 2017Bulk purchase of 4 cameras from a friend .
A rather plastic and lightweight relation to it's forbears. Undoubtedly good optics and with millenium software, I expect delivered very good images.
Asahi: Pentax PC-5000 AF camera  Asahi: Pentax PC-5000 AF 8585871 Jun 2015Neat little non-zoom AF,
@St Mary.
Balda: Baldessa RF/LK camera  Balda: Baldessa RF/LK1964 404016 Aug 2015F4 Missing cover to the 15 volt flash battery compartment. Otherwise excellent.
It has an unusual folding film advance key in the base - requiring a 180° turn, along with a spring-out rewind crank.
The RF-LK has a rangefinder, a flash-holder and a coupled lightmeter.
Beier: Beirette VSN camera  Beier: Beirette VSNc1970  Oct 2015F4 Black version, a little scuffed but working
@La Rochefoucauld.
Belomo Minsk: Vilia camera  Belomo Minsk: Viliac1974 9419960 April 2019@ Roumazieres. Good working condition with case.
Bencini: Comet S camera  Bencini: Comet Sc1950  Nov 2014I was attracted to this camera, as they looked good with all that polished aluminium. However once I got my hands on one in the flesh so to speak - very disappointed a cheap and nasty 126 camera with limited function ality.@Ebay UK
Berning Robot: Robot I camera  Berning Robot: Robot I1934-1938 15652 Nov 2017A modestly priced acquisition from a friend who was looking for a good home for his dad's cameras. Much appreciated delightful Swiss engineering the first ever clockwork driven film advance 35mm camera. Condition a bit tired some chrome missing and corrosion to the clock winding however optically and mechanically perfect, with both cassettes a highly usable camera which I will test drive!
Bilora (Kürbi & Niggeloh): Bella 66 Standard camera  Bilora (Kürbi & Niggeloh): Bella 66 Standardc1962 10055 Feb 2016Mine has grey fabric finish and is without the "STANDARD" description below the lens, otherwise similar but has lever wind film advance and Biloskop f8 lens. With original box
Bolex-Paillard: 7.5 Macrozoom camera  Bolex-Paillard: 7.5 Macrozoom E 16665 Apr 2016External cosmetics and optics OK. Unfortunately batteries left in have corroded internals. Serial number dates to 1969. @Roumazieres
The 7.5 Macrozoom was a lower priced option to the 155/160 series cameras. It was constructed of lightweight aluminum and covered with imitation leather. Advertising suggested that the small size allowed it to "slip easily into a brief case, an overnight bag or a handbag."

The camera featured a wide angle f/1.9 zoom lens of 7.5-21mm focal length with a focus range of 5" to infinity. A multi-purpose lens cover served as a sunshade and cap and could be lowered to produce curtain-fade effects; the camera did not operate with the lid closed.
Bolex-Paillard: C8S camera  Bolex-Paillard: C8Sc1954 773426 Feb 2016Mint condition with display stand. Serial number dates to 1959 . @ La Rochefoucauld
The C-8S was introduced as a simplified, low cost pocket-size camera, featuring a single operating speed of 16fps. The fixed field optical viewfinder was only suitable for lenses of standard focal length. However, viewfinder prisms could be fitted over the front of the viewing window for lenses of different focal lengths.

This model was originally sold at a price of $69.50 US in 1958, and included a Lytar 12.5mm f/2.5 fixed focus lens. The declic handle, seen left, was available for an additional $16, tax included.
Canon: Canon AE-1 camera  Canon: Canon AE-11976-1984 3037935 Mar 2015H6 A well worn body but excellent f1.8 50mm. One of these (black) was my main camera throughout the 80's.
@Ebay Fr.
Canon: Canon AT-1 camera  Canon: Canon AT-1c1977 550468 Jul 2017Bulk purchase of 4 cameras from a friend Including an f1.8 and converter accessories.
Mint condition.
Canon: Canon T70 camera  Canon: Canon T701984 2088402 June 2016@St Mary with 35-70 zoom
Canon: Canonet 28 (1971) camera  Canon: Canonet 28 (1971)1971 C86011 Mar 2015J5 Made in Taiwan, rather disappointing quality feel for a Canon. Came with flash.
Canon: Dial 35 camera  Canon: Dial 351963-1967  Oct Excellent condition.. A really interesting half frame camera, The body shape in use is vertical,but produces "landscape" images across the film, unlike other half frames I own like the Olympus and Ricoh The short, wide-diameter lens barrel containing the CdS meter photocells window around the 28mm lens. Rotating the lens barrel sets the speed of the Seikosha shutter; the aperture is set automatically. A button below the viewfinder can be pulled out to give manual aperture control, for manual exposure settings or flash. Film speed is set by a scale around the meter window.
Canon: EOS 5 (EOS 5 QD / EOS A2 / EOS A2E) camera  Canon: EOS 5 (EOS 5 QD / EOS A2 / EOS A2E)1992 0202277 July 1995E6 My last everyday camera from the film era. I only went digital in 2003. Until recently, I used the 28-105 lens on my EOS digital. Lens now gifted to a relative. @Castle Cameras High Wycombe
Canon: EOS 50 (EOS 50E / EOS 55 / EOS ELAN II / EOS ELAN IIE) camera  Canon: EOS 50 (EOS 50E / EOS 55 / EOS ELAN II / EOS ELAN IIE)1995 1058365 Mar 2015F4 French flea market, with 80-200 zoom. Brilliant autofocus, very similar handling to my EOS 5. @Eymouthiers.
Canon: EOS 650 camera  Canon: EOS 6501987 1542540 Oct 2017This body came as a consequence of my interest in the lens (28-80 f2.8L Ultrasonic in mint condition) and was effectively free as I only paid 25 euros for the lot. An early example of the EOS philosophy lacks some of the bells and whistles like the EOS 5 I own. Mint @ Chasseneuil
Canon: Prima Super 105 u camera  Canon: Prima Super 105 u 7910558 May 2015F4 Neat little compact zoom. Mint boxed. Local bric-a-brac.
Canon: Prima Super 28V (Autoboy Luna) camera  Canon: Prima Super 28V (Autoboy Luna)1994 7308620 Oct 2014F4 Great condition works well. Another flea market impulse purchase, I just can't resist buying a working 35mm for less than a euro, not exactly classic though!

With the Sure Shot (Prima in Europe, Autoboy in Japan) series of compact cameras, Canon became a major player in the world market for consumer cameras. From the original Sure Shot/AF35M/Autoboy of November 1979 to the Sure Shot 90u II Date of 2005, this range was a spectacular commercial success.
Canon: Sure Shot 105 Zoom (Prima Super 105 / Autoboy Luna 105) camera  Canon: Sure Shot 105 Zoom (Prima Super 105 / Autoboy Luna 105)1997 2317303 May 2015F4 Mint Boxed with instructions
Canon: Sure Shot Zoom 85 (Prima Zoom 85 / Autoboy Luna 85) Date camera  Canon: Sure Shot Zoom 85 (Prima Zoom 85 / Autoboy Luna 85) Date1998 2553208 Aug 2015F4 Mine is a black version of the same camera. @Rouzede
Canon: Sure Shot Zoom Max (Prima Zoom Mini / Autoboy A) camera  Canon: Sure Shot Zoom Max (Prima Zoom Mini / Autoboy A)1992 8957660 Jun 2015Works but film back latch broken.
@St Mary
Corfield: Corfield 66 camera  Corfield: Corfield 661961 AA007 83 July 2014F5 Part of a relatives collection left to me in July 2014. Cosmetically poor but works fine. Apparently only 300 made ( my rarest camera?), Came with 3 roll film and 2 single frame backs.The Corfield 66 had a focal plane shutter from 1/10 to 1/500. It accepted 120 film in rollfilm backs, and had an interchangeable lens with a special bayonet mount, but the only lens ever made for it was the standard Corfield Lumax 95mm f/3.5. I have the extension tubes, in 12mm, 24mm and 48mm lengths.
Coronet Camera: Fildia camera  Coronet Camera: Fildiac1944-1952  June 2016A mint example - what a find! @Cherves Chatelars
Coronet Camera: Joni-Box camera  Coronet Camera: Joni-Boxc1930s  Oct 2014F5 I never owned a box camera but this is a nice example of an English camera marketed in France. and badged "Photo a Gautier"
Probably made by Tiranty - Tiranty was a French camera manufacturer based in Paris. Pre-WW2 they produced several camera models under the license of British firm Coronet.

After WWII, Coronet linked with the Tiranty to avoid French import restrictions. Then several Coronet camera models were made in only France, some with Boyer lenses, and some with instruction imprints in French.
Coronet Camera: Toutes Distances camera  Coronet Camera: Toutes Distances  Jun 2015F2 Boxed mint example of this English designed but French built version of the "Every Distance", 1930's camera. Found at a market stall
@Beziers, Southern France.

Tiranty was a French camera manufacturer based in Paris. Pre-WW2 they produced several camera models under the license of British firm Coronet.

After WWII, Coronet linked with the Tiranty to avoid French import restrictions. Then several Coronet camera models were made in only France, some with Boyer lenses, and some with instruction imprints in French.
Eho-Altissa: Altissa camera  Eho-Altissa: Altissa1954-1957  Nov 2014G6 - cute
Eho-Altissa was a German camera maker based in Dresden. The company started in 1892 as Richard Knoll\'s \"Photo Spezialhaus\" in Leipzig. Since 1904 it started repairing and manufacturing photographic supply. In 1910 it moved to Dresden. In 1927 it was taken over in by Emil Hofert and later continued by Berthold Altmann. In the early 1930s the company was successfully making box cameras. The mechanician Karl Heinrich Altmann created the unique \"Altissa\" box camera line. The company\'s cameras were sold under brands of warehouses and photo suppliers: Adina (Kaufhof), AKO, Arto, Beier, Errtee (Romain Talbot, Berlin), Fotam, Fotka (Czech), Hamaphot, Hermax, Mantel, Mono, Nebo, Rhaco, RECORD, Rilo, Staufen, and Wara. In 1937 the company launched its only reflex camera Altiflex, and in 1939 its sophisticated 35mm viewfinder camera series Altix.

The company\'s name was changed several times: EHO-Kamerafabrik GmbH (1931), Amca Werk Berthold Altmann (1940), Altissa Camera Werk (1941), VEB Altissa Camera Werk (1952). In 1950 it was still a private company, having 160 employees. But Berthold Altmann decided to move to Western Germany. In absence he was condemned by East-German justice, and as consequence his company was taken over by the Socialist East-German state. From 1959 it was part of VEB Kamera- und Kinowerke. The production of its cameras was ceased in 1961. A license production of the Altix VI cameras was launched in Sarajevo (Yugoslavia) with the original production equipment from the abandoned German factory.
Fex - Indo: Elite Fex camera  Fex - Indo: Elite Fexc1953-1960s  June 2015F4 1959 model with body mounted release and dual format. Simple exposure guide by viewing a graduated strip next to viewfinder.
Fex/Indo (for France EXport) and (INDustrie Optique) is a French company that produced inexpensive camera models from the 1940s to the 1981.
Fex - Indo: Impera camera  Fex - Indo: Imperac1952-1970s  July 2015Boxed @Chassenon
Fex - Indo: Impera Renault camera  Fex - Indo: Impera Renault  Mar 2015H5 Cheap, cheap, cheap local flea market. I think they produced thousands of these for car promos in the 70's?
@Aix sur Vienne
Fex - Indo: Mosquito I camera  Fex - Indo: Mosquito I1955-1962 **** Feb 2015H6 My first "Bakelite" camera. Came with faux leather case, in working condition but I wouldn't fancy risking a film in it! Interesting that the film plane is parabolic rather than flat, must compensate for a "non planar" lens?
Fex - Indo: Rubi Fex (4x4) camera  Fex - Indo: Rubi Fex (4x4)c1956-1965 480234 May 2015F4 These are suposed to be hundreds of these at French flea markets, but after nearly a year of collecting, the first I've come across.
Fex - Indo: Rubi Fex (4x4) camera  Fex - Indo: Rubi Fex (4x4)c1956-1965 480231 Nov 2015Part of a 10 camera lot, this one with dedicated flash. @St Estephe
Fex - Indo: Sport-Fex camera  Fex - Indo: Sport-Fexc1966 ******* Nov 2015Part of a 10 Camera lot
@St Estephe
Fex - Indo: Ultra Reflex camera  Fex - Indo: Ultra Reflexc1952 **** April 2015H5 Local Bric a Brac - appealing Art Deco design.

The top window with cross hairs is missing
@La Rochefoucauld
Fex - Indo: Ultra-Fex camera  Fex - Indo: Ultra-Fexc1946-1966 **** May 2015F4 Version 5 with bobbin wind and metal release catch no flash shoe
Fex - Indo: Ultra-Fex Himalaya camera  Fex - Indo: Ultra-Fex Himalayac1950-1951 **** Feb 2015J8 Display only, broken shutter mechanism. Shutter button in body on my model.Version 33 with body mount shutter release and flash shoe to right of viewfinder
Fex - Indo: Ultra-Fex Himalaya camera  Fex - Indo: Ultra-Fex Himalayac1950-1951 **** May 2015F4 Nice example version 21
Fex - Indo: Weber-Fex camera  Fex - Indo: Weber-Fexc1961 796334 Mar 2015F5 Local brocante.
@Cognac le Foret
Fisher-Price: Fisher-Price 35mm (Red) camera  Fisher-Price: Fisher-Price 35mm (Red) ***** May 2015F5 Chinese made 1997 electronic with built in flash. Flash not working but great fun!
@St Junien
Fisher-Price: Fisher-Price Perfect Shot camera  Fisher-Price: Fisher-Price Perfect Shot1994-1997 FP 122C R6 Nov 2015Part of a 10 camera lot
@St Estephe
Fuji Optical: Fotonex 200ix Zoom (Endeavor 200ix) camera  Fuji Optical: Fotonex 200ix Zoom (Endeavor 200ix)c1996 70615365 Nov 2015F4 1996 Another neat little APS.only 30-60 zoom
Fuji Optical: Fuji DL 25 camera  Fuji Optical: Fuji DL 251992  Sept 2016F4 @Malleyrand
Fuji Optical: Fuji DL 312 Zoom (Discovery 312 Zoom / Discovery 342 Zoom / Zoom Cardia Super 312) camera  Fuji Optical: Fuji DL 312 Zoom (Discovery 312 Zoom / Discovery 342 Zoom / Zoom Cardia Super 312)1995 91113833 May 2015F5 1995 Well featured Panoramic
Fuji Optical: Fujica Auto 5 camera  Fuji Optical: Fujica Auto 51980 7097663 Mar 2015G5 1980 Neat non af auto with f2.8 38mm lens. Powered by two AA batteries more convenient than the smaller fiddly types used by most of the era
Fuji Optical: Fujica Auto 7 camera  Fuji Optical: Fujica Auto 7 7053937 April 2015F5 Similar to the Auto 5 but with Auto Focus
Fuji Optical: Fujica AX 3 camera  Fuji Optical: Fujica AX 31980 7026748 June 2016@St Mary 50mm f1.6
Fuji Optical: Fujica Compact Deluxe camera  Fuji Optical: Fujica Compact Deluxec1969 3011212 Oct 2014J5 1969 Until I had one, I thought the Canonets would be the best cameras of this type. However, the build quality, integral focusing thumb wheel, and general handling of the Fujica make it far superior to the equivalent Canon.
Fuji Optical: Fujica Half camera  Fuji Optical: Fujica Halfc1963 384710 Jun 2015F4 1963 Real quality feel to this camera. Again surprisingly Fujica beats the equivalent Canon.
@ St Mary
The camera could be used in fully automatic or manual exposure with the Selenium cell meter. The camera has a spring-motor. One complete winding for 18 consecutive pictures by a large knob on the bottom of the camera.
Fuji Optical: Fujica STX-1 camera  Fuji Optical: Fujica STX-1c1979 2544289 Feb 2015F5 With 55mm f2.2 works fine , loose self timer lever
Fuji Optical: Fujifilm Finepix S5600 camera  Fuji Optical: Fujifilm Finepix S5600 6AQ22187 Oct 2015F4 5.1 megapixel, early noughties fixed lens digital with x10 optical zoom.
  Fuji Optical: MX-500  
Fuji Optical: Zoom Date 125s camera  Fuji Optical: Zoom Date 125s 01065511 Feb 2016@ La Rochefoucauld
Goldstein: Goldy camera  Goldstein: Goldyc1947 Xxx May 2016@Chassenon
  Goldstein: Rivierac1947 Sept 2017Metal bodied box camera made in France @ Mouzon
GOMZ: Reisekamera (Field Camera) camera  GOMZ: Reisekamera (Field Camera)c1930-1987 620942 July 2014F2 FKD H Mint condition, probably mid 60's as this was when my uncle worked for Soviet camera importers in London. I see quite a few of these on Ukraine Ebay, and I thought it would be rare! With 210mm f4.5
GOMZ: Smena 8 camera  GOMZ: Smena 8c1969-1971 493100 May 2015F4 Surprisingly nice Russian 35mm viewfinder. Despite plastic construction handles well!
@Ebay Fr
Haking: Halina 35X camera  Haking: Halina 35Xc1959 X47460 Nov 2014F5 ebay uk. I had one of these as a lad, terrible quality. Can't imagine why I swapped my Paxette for this? I quickly upgraded to the vastly superior Zenith E later.
Haking: Halina Paulette camera  Haking: Halina Paulettec1965 ???? Jul 2017Bulk purchase of 4 cameras from a friend . I thought my Halina 35x was cheap. But this caps it! If it hadn't been part of a job lot, probably wouldn't have bothered. However it makes you appreciate Japanes and German quality.
Hasselblad: 500 C/M camera  Hasselblad: 500 C/M1970-1994 RV1259535 Dec 2014E3 Ebay Uk from Peter Walnes a high quality dealer. At one point in the late 90's, I owned a brand new 203FE and lenses from 30mm fisheye to 350mm. Sold it all to fund my move to France. Great to have a Hasselblad again.
Ihagee: Exa camera  Ihagee: Exa1951-1962 502810 Nov 2014F4 Early slr with interchangeable viewfinders.
Tessar 50mm f2.8.
Ihagee: Exa IIb camera  Ihagee: Exa IIb1964-1966 258047 Mar 2015F5 Generally good condition, slight wear down to brass by viewfinder. Fully functional.
Ising: Pucky I camera  Ising: Pucky Ic1950-1954 8652 Nov 2014F5 Very sweet, love the styling. This and the Altissa are my favourite "box" cameras.
Kiev Arsenal: Kiev 4 camera  Kiev Arsenal: Kiev 41957-1980 7907798 July 2014F2 Part of a relatives collection left to me in July 2014. He worked for the Russian camera importers in London during the Soviet era, and this is one of several mint Russian cameras he had!
Kodak Eastman: Advantix C450 camera  Kodak Eastman: Advantix C450 0510081 Sep 2015F3 @Roumazieres

The Advanced Photo System (or APS) was introduced in 1996 as an alternative to or even as modern replacement for the 110 format. The "IX240" film cartridges are optimized for fully automatic film load, enclosing the 24mm wide film completely when not in use. The film is even put back into its cartridge and returned to the user after it has been developed.
Kodak Eastman: Advantix F300 camera  Kodak Eastman: Advantix F300c2001 in box Oct 2015B1 As new still boxed, even the box seals unbroken complete original kit with film, case and batteries
@St Projet
Kodak Eastman: advantix F320 camera  Kodak Eastman: advantix F320 09034087 April 2015F5 Cheap and horrible APS. Doesn't have any of the endearing features of the T700
@La Rochefoucauld.
Kodak Eastman: Advantix T 700 camera  Kodak Eastman: Advantix T 700 0084726 April 2015F4 Local Bric-a-Brac. I was looking for an APS camera for the collection and this rather pretty and clever camera fits the bill.
The Kodak Advantix T700 is an ultra-compact weatherproof camera with a 2x zoom lens for the APS film system. It was a typical Kodak design for the APS film system, with the flash built into the lenscover.
Kodak Eastman: Brownie Flash Camera camera  Kodak Eastman: Brownie Flash Camera1950-1961  June 2016I have seen dozens of these at vide greniers and online but they all have been rusty, finally found a perfect example! @Cherves Chatelars
Kodak Eastman: Brownie No.2A Model C (UK) camera  Kodak Eastman: Brownie No.2A Model C (UK)1924-1933  April 2019@ Troc, Isle Limoges. Aluminium Body with working shutter and rollers. Takes 116 Film.
Kodak Eastman: Brownie Starlet (USA) camera  Kodak Eastman: Brownie Starlet (USA)1957-1962 No serial Mar 2015H5 Tiny Camera, local flea market. Now with Flash.
@Aix sur Vienne
Kodak Eastman: Disc 3500 camera  Kodak Eastman: Disc 3500c1980s  Sept 2016F4 Mint @Marillac le Franc
Kodak Eastman: Disc 4000 camera  Kodak Eastman: Disc 40001982-1984  April 2015F5 1982 Neat concept the disc cameras, Fairly thick film was cut into a disc of 15 8×10.5mm rectangular frames, arranged around the edge of a plastic hub, in a similar manner to Viewmaster disks. The disc was mounted in a light-proof cassette which could simply be dropped into the camera. The camera would take a photo, and then rotate the disk 24° for the next shot. The discs had a magnetic strip included, to store information about print settings - allowing duplicate reprints to be made later. The hub carried raised white areas with frame numbers, which were visible through a hole in the cassette. I imagine very poor quality images from the tiny 9x10mm film format
@St Claud
Kodak Eastman: Ektra 250 camera  Kodak Eastman: Ektra 2501980-1983 not found Mar 2015B1 Made in Germany. 1980. Excellent condition in presentation case and box. with "flipflash" and film.
@St Claud
Kodak Eastman: Folding Cartridge Hawk-Eye No.2 Model B camera  Kodak Eastman: Folding Cartridge Hawk-Eye No.2 Model B1926-1933 29060 FEB 2018@ La Rochefoucauld
  Kodak Eastman: Folding Hawk-Eye No.21929-1933  @ Roumazieres missing base cover but a good shelf queen.
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 100 camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 1001963-1966  Nov 2015Original Instamatic uses flash bulbs
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 133 camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 1331968 MV Feb 2015F5 Made in UK
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 155X camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 155X1971-1976 CCSr April 2015F5 Local vide grenier (boot sale)
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 177X camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 177X1977-1984  Jun 2015F5 Vide Grenier,
@Chatain Besson
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 224 camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 2241965-1968 CY00 Feb 2015F5 "Sophisticated" ha ha Instamatic, this one has knobs on!
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 233 camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 2331968-1970 YR01 Feb 2015F5 f6.6 lens
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 233-X camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 233-X CYSY Feb 2015F5 Only difference to 233 - different Flashcube mounting
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 25 camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 251966-1972 FFG 12 May 2019@ Chassenon
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 255X camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 255X1971-1976 yrsr April 2015F5 local bric a brac
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 33 camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 331968-1973 cy01 Mar 2015F5 Local bric-a-brac with original box
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 333-X camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 333-X1970 YASC Feb 2015F5 "Electronic"
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 50 camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 501963-1965 **** Feb 2015F5 My earliest Instamatic 1963
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 56X camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 56X1972-1976 YoSr Oct 2014F5 My first instamatic the German made model!
Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 77X camera  Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 77X1977 YAIM Jun 2015F5
Kodak Eastman: Kodak 335 camera  Kodak Eastman: Kodak 335  Nov 20151990 Hong Kong made cheap compact.Part of 10 camera lot
@St Estephe
Kodak Eastman: Kodak 4.5 Modéle 32 camera  Kodak Eastman: Kodak 4.5 Modéle 32c1950s Xxx June 2016@St Mary
Kodak Eastman: Kodak A Model II camera  Kodak Eastman: Kodak A Model II1953-1956 not found Mar 2015G5 1953-56 Cheap post WWll folder.
@St Claud
Kodak Eastman: Kodak Junior No.1 camera  Kodak Eastman: Kodak Junior No.11914 185745 July 2014F4 Part of a relatives collection
Kodak Eastman: Kodak S300 MD camera  Kodak Eastman: Kodak S300 MD 088481472 Nov 2015Part of a 10 camera lot
@St Estephe
Kodak Eastman: Kodak S300MD camera  Kodak Eastman: Kodak S300MD 108657444 Mar 2015B1 Made in Brazil. 1989-93. Part of the Kodak S series 35mm cameras. Integral flash, boxed and working perfectly.
@St Claud
Found another unboxed @St Estephe in Nov 2015
Kodak Eastman: Pocket No.1 camera  Kodak Eastman: Pocket No.11926-1932 280047 July 2014F5 Part of a relatives collection left to me in July 2014. Cosmetically poor but works fine. My very first camera was a Kodak folder like this donated by my Dad.
Kodak Eastman: Retina IIa (016) camera  Kodak Eastman: Retina IIa (016)1951-1954 510551 July 2014F5 Part of a relatives collection left to me in July 2014. A really clever German built camera with superb lens.
Kodak Eastman: Retina S2 (061) camera  Kodak Eastman: Retina S2 (061)1966-1969 115801 Aug 2015F4 with erc. Back latch could be tighter. Difficult to remove camera from case. Kodak using the "Retina" badge to extend to lower quality plastic bodied cameras. Reasonable Schneider 45mm f2.8 though. @Etagnac
Kodak Eastman: Retinette F (022/7) camera  Kodak Eastman: Retinette F (022/7)1955-1958 912658 Sept 2014F5 Purchased at a local flea market for little money in excellent condition with its leather case. Seen here with accessory rangefinder.
@Les Pins.
  Kodak Eastman: Retinette IA (035/7)1959-1960  April 2017@ Roumazieres
Kodak Eastman: Retinette IB (037) camera  Kodak Eastman: Retinette IB (037)1960-1963  
Kodak Eastman: Six-20 Brownie Junior (Canadian) camera  Kodak Eastman: Six-20 Brownie Junior (Canadian)1934-1942 **** Feb 2015F2 Brilliant condition for a camera of this age! @Chabanais.
Kodak Eastman: Six-20 Brownie Junior (Canadian) camera  Kodak Eastman: Six-20 Brownie Junior (Canadian)1934-1942 **** Feb 2017Mint in fitted case @ La Rochefoucauld
Kodak Eastman: Six-20 Hawk-Eye Major (UK) camera  Kodak Eastman: Six-20 Hawk-Eye Major (UK)1935  April 2017@Roumazieres
Konishiroku (Konica): Konica C35 Automatic camera  Konishiroku (Konica): Konica C35 Automatic1971-1972 950170 May 2015F4 I paid far too much for this camera. It came very dirty and took a lot of cleaning.
Konishiroku (Konica): Konica C35 EF camera  Konishiroku (Konica): Konica C35 EF1975 596712 Jul 2017Case worn but camera good. @Roussines
  Konishiroku (Konica): Top"sc1991  
Konishiroku (Konica): Z-up 110 VP camera  Konishiroku (Konica): Z-up 110 VP2000 6711000 Jun 2015F5 Typical 90's point and shoot zoom.
@St Mary.
Krasnogorsk: Zenit 122 camera  Krasnogorsk: Zenit 1221990 91214280 July 2015F4 1990 Plastic version of the legendary Zenit range. @Montembouef
Krasnogorsk: Zenit E camera  Krasnogorsk: Zenit E1965-1981  Nov 2015F4 Good example of the camera, I had as a lad
@St Estephe
Krasnogorsk: Zenit TTL camera  Krasnogorsk: Zenit TTL1977-1985 78079486 July 2014F2 Part of a relatives collection left to me in July 2014. He worked for the Russian camera importers in London during the Soviet era, and this is one of several mint Russian cameras he had!
Krasnogorsk: Zenit TTL Olympic camera  Krasnogorsk: Zenit TTL Olympic1977-1985 80044316 Oct 2017F5 Uncle left me a much better example, But couldn't resist this 1980 Russian Olympics version in reasonable (not working-shutter curtains jammed) version @ La Rochefoucauld
Kuribayashi (Petri): Petri 7 S II camera  Kuribayashi (Petri): Petri 7 S II1976 3009409 April 2015F5 local bric a brac
@Champagne -Mouton
Kuribayashi (Petri): Petri TTL camera  Kuribayashi (Petri): Petri TTL1975 843024 Dec 2015Good cosmetic condition with 135mm f2.8
KW (KameraWerkstatten): Praktica LTL 3 camera  KW (KameraWerkstatten): Praktica LTL 31975-1978 952282 Jan 2015F5 A gift from a French neighbor who had owned it since new. Only came with the bottom half of the ever ready case, the top had blown away in the Pyrennes some years ago!
KW (KameraWerkstatten): Praktica MTL3 camera  KW (KameraWerkstatten): Praktica MTL31978-1984 561465 April 2015F4 Local bric a brac with 29mm f2.8
@Champagne Mouton.
KW (KameraWerkstatten): Praktica MTL3 camera  KW (KameraWerkstatten): Praktica MTL31978-1984 508892 May 2016Body only @Chassenon
KW (KameraWerkstatten): Praktica MTL5 camera  KW (KameraWerkstatten): Praktica MTL51983-1985 338835 Oct 2015F4 This is actually the second complete kit of these I've purchased, so by combining parts I have an immaculate working model and a host of lenses and accessories from 28-300mm lenses and extension tubes etc. Last purchased the Moules et Frites festival/brocante
KW (KameraWerkstatten): Praktica PLC 3 camera  KW (KameraWerkstatten): Praktica PLC 31978-1983 621229 Jul 2017Part of a bulk purchase from a friend. Very good condition. Obviously a much loved camera wit several lenses and accessories.
Lumiere & Cie: Lumirex camera  Lumiere & Cie: Lumirex1934-1952  May 2016Good condition with original leather case. Needs work to the fold out mechanism. This has the 200 speed, which makes it a Lumiere II ? @Cellefroiun
Lumiere & Cie: Lux Box (1950) camera  Lumiere & Cie: Lux Box (1950)1950-1955  Nov 2014F5 Metal body,distinct lack of styling. Not easy or pleasant in use.
M.I.O.M.: Photax (I) camera  M.I.O.M.: Photax (I)c1938  Feb 2015F6 Another "Bakelite" camera, I like the screw out lens and moulded lens cap.
M.I.O.M.: Photax III camera  M.I.O.M.: Photax IIIc1947-1951 446973 April 2017This is appears to be the VA version 1955 as it has the aluminium art deco face and the improved load mechanism as identified by Sylvain Halgond. Working order. @ Cussac
Mamiya: Mamiya 135 camera  Mamiya: Mamiya 1351977 71111492 Jan 2016F4 Part of a 3 camera lot
Micro Precision: Microflex camera  Micro Precision: Microflex1958 280343 July 2014F3 Part of a relatives collection left to me in July 2014. Absolutely mint a fine camera. Just ran a film (Jan15) it produces superb images. Shutter speeds must be spot on too! Could just be the best camera in my collection given the rarity and quality?
MPP is the only postwar British manufacturer of TLRs. In 1958, MPP brought out the lever-wound Microflex, inspired by the Rolleiflex. This had excellent optics (by Taylor & Hobson) and the camera was well made, but the crank invited hard use for which it was not designed. Shortly after its introduction, Britain dropped the high duty rates that had made Rollei equipment prohibitively expensive, and the Microflex had to be heavily discounted.
Minolta: Dynax 300si camera  Minolta: Dynax 300si1995 97517618 Feb 2015F3 I mainly bought this for the other lenses, now sold! But I like the "quiet" body driven AF, I hadn't realised how good the Dynax AF cameras were, so it's a keeper until a better model comes along!
Minolta: Dynax 404si camera  Minolta: Dynax 404si1999 02912680 May 2016@Chassenon
Minolta: Hi-matic 7 S camera  Minolta: Hi-matic 7 S1966 125843 Aug 2015F4 Good clean example auto and metering work ok. Nice 45mm f1.8 lens.
Minolta: Hi-matic G camera  Minolta: Hi-matic G1974 8031419 April 2017Exc @ Cussac
Minolta: Hi-matic S camera  Minolta: Hi-matic S1978 746560 May 2015F4 A useable and well featured little compact with pop up flash. Takes 2 AA batteries. Cracking little camera in a very nice black leather case.
Minolta: Minolta 110 Zoom SLR camera  Minolta: Minolta 110 Zoom SLR1976 134679 Jan 2016F4 Part of a 3 camera lot
Minolta made two attempts to offer SLR cameras for the 110 pocket film format. One looked more like a conventional SLR camera, this one, the Minolta 110 Zoom SLR, which has a built-in 1:4,5/25-50mm zoom lens. The aperture selector isn\'t part of the lens. It\'s placed around the exposure-meter-eye instead. The meter controls just the shutter speed.
Minolta: Minolta 16 P camera  Minolta: Minolta 16 P1960-1965  May 2015F5 I had an earlier version in my youth.
Minolta: Minolta FS-E III camera  Minolta: Minolta FS-E III1987 92211028 June 2015F5 Typical 90's point and shoot zoom.
@St Mary
Minolta: Minolta Riva Zoom A5 camera  Minolta: Minolta Riva Zoom A5 2616722 Jun 2015F5 Typical 90's point and shoot zoom
@St Mary
Minolta: Minolta X-300 S camera  Minolta: Minolta X-300 S1990s 56002551 Apr 2016Perfect @Rue,Picardy
Minolta: Minolta XG-1 camera  Minolta: Minolta XG-11979 3177301 Jan 2015F5 Works great on auto and manual. Average condition for age but couldn't resist for under 10 euro with f2 50mm MD lens,
Minolta: Riva Zoom 115 camera  Minolta: Riva Zoom 115c2001 42113364 Aug 2015F4 slight wear to the"A" of RIVA otherwise perfect. Conceived in Osaka-built in China.
Minox: Minox 35 GT camera  Minox: Minox 35 GT1981 5033089 Feb 2015B3 Super little camera came with leather case, display case and original box, but no flash.
@Angouleme via Ebay

The Minox 35 GT, introduced in 1981, continued Minox's successful range of 35mm compact cameras, reputedly the smallest full-frame 35mm cameras ever made. The lens retracts into the camera body when closed, fully opening the cover activates the battery. Exposure is automatic, aperture priority. Different models in the Minox 35 range were identified by shutter release buttons in differing colours: the GT is easily identified by its yellow shutter release button.
The GT improved features of its predecessors, the EL and the GL. It introduced an electronic self-timer, with a flashing LED above the camera's name. Another improvement on the previous models is the siting of the cable release socket to the side of the shutter release button, to prevent accidental triggering of the shutter.
Minox: Minox C camera  Minox: Minox C1969-1979 2316260 Nov 2014F4 I had a Minolta 16, which was the nearest I got to a "spy camera". Always wanted one of these and finally got a great example!
Approximately 169,863 were produced in 1969-1976. It uses a reliable and accurate CdS meter, and is the first Minox to offer automatic exposure. This is accomplished through an electronically controlled shutter, as the lens uses a fixed aperture of f/3.5. It is the largest 9.5mm film format Minox ever offered, at 120mm long.
Miranda: Miranda Auto Sensorex EE (chrome) camera  Miranda: Miranda Auto Sensorex EE (chrome)1971-1977 9125681 Nov 2014F4 The Miranda slr's are the 35mm system cameras for which I am collecting a full range of lenses, viewfinders and accessories. The price paid included a kit with lenses.
Miranda: Miranda Auto Sensorex EE (chrome) camera  Miranda: Miranda Auto Sensorex EE (chrome)1971-1977 9124142 May 2016Body F4 but 50mm lens won't focus beyond 5m needs attention hence price @Chassenon
Miranda: Miranda Auto Sensorex EE-2 (black) camera  Miranda: Miranda Auto Sensorex EE-2 (black)c1976 9206665 April 2015F4 Superb condition wth erc. I yearned for a Miranda in my teens, but could never afford one. Delighted when I inherited two from an uncle. So I'm now aiming to collect as many examples of the marque as I can.
Miranda: Miranda F camera  Miranda: Miranda F1963 693104 July 2014F6 Part of a relatives collection left to me in July 2014. This was his main camera and shows signs of extensive use, but works fine at all speeds.
Miranda: Miranda Fv camera  Miranda: Miranda Fv1966 720254 May 2015F4 Another fine Miranda, these cameras were way ahead of their time in quality and performance!
Miranda: Miranda GT camera  Miranda: Miranda GT1965-1966 869714 JUly 2014F4 Part of a relatives collection left to me in July 2014. Complete with a system bag, many accessories including the full range of interchangeable viewfinders .
Miranda: Miranda RE-II camera  Miranda: Miranda RE-II1975-1978 5823360 Mar 2015F3 with 50mm f1.8
Miranda: Miranda Sensomat camera  Miranda: Miranda Sensomat1969-1973 810182 April 2014G4 UK Bought as a body only, but with a strange vignetting problem in the body, Now fitted with 28mm f2.8 for display only!
Miranda: Miranda Sensorex camera  Miranda: Miranda Sensorex1968-1972 943941 Dec 2014F4 Private seller France Works perfectly.
Solidly built, these cameras weigh a ton compared to the OM1 for example.
New Taiwan: Roniflex X3000 (New Optical Lens) camera  New Taiwan: Roniflex X3000 (New Optical Lens)c1986-1990s ****** Nov 2015Part of a 10 camera lot
@St Estephe
Nikon: Lite-Touch Zoom 70W camera  Nikon: Lite-Touch Zoom 70W2000 5282007 Oct 2014F4 Purchased at local flea market, uncased slight marks but works fine. For 1 euro probably the cheapest Nikon I'll ever get!
@Le Lindois
Nikon: Nikon FE camera  Nikon: Nikon FE1978 FE 4252664 Mar 2015F4 With Nikkor 50mm f2 - at last a Nikon SLR.
Nikon: Nikon FG camera  Nikon: Nikon FG1982 8224501 Jun 2017@Cherves Chatelars. Every now and then you have a lucky find! At the very first stall at the local vide grenier was this excellent camera just sitting in full view. I asked the price, just 5 euros so I didn't even try and bargain. Came with a mint 50mm ff1.4. WHAT A STEAL!
Nikon: Nikon L35 AF-2 camera  Nikon: Nikon L35 AF-21985 6022853 Aug 2016F4 with case @Rouzede
Nikon: Nikon Zoom 100 AF camera  Nikon: Nikon Zoom 100 AF1993 5277637 May 2015F4 Rather chunky auto zoom. Local bric-a-brac @Yvrac
Nikon: Nikon Zoom 600 AF camera  Nikon: Nikon Zoom 600 AF1998 5063543 Mar 2015F4 @ Chabanais
Olympus: AF-10 camera  Olympus: AF-101987 1770209 Jun 2015F5 @St Mary
The Olympus AF-10 was a fully automatic compact camera, nicknamed "Picasso Mini" in Japan. It was part of the AF series of 35mm film cameras. It had a built-in strobe flash that lit automatically in low-light conditions. The price was ¥39,300 (including the case)
Olympus: Camedia C-350 Zoom camera  Olympus: Camedia C-350 Zoom 295C-40029 Jun 2015Neat little digital zoom, so good my wife has stolen it for every day use bought within a job lot of 5 cameras at a local boot sale! Similar styling to my favourite Mju II...
Olympus: i-100AF camera  Olympus: i-100AF 5024640 May 2017Gift. Unremarkable fixed lens APS camera
Olympus: Mju II (Infinity Stylus Epic) camera  Olympus: Mju II (Infinity Stylus Epic)1996 5297929 Sept 1998E3 A camera I bought from new in the late 90's, because of its portability. Has taken some of my favorite all time images!
@Guernsey Channel Islands
The Olympus mju was an award-winning 35mm compact camera issued by Olympus in 1997. Its small splashproof body, accurate autofocus, fast and sharp prime lens, and integrated auto-flash, led to it becoming something of a modern classic. It was originally available in black or silver. Around 3.8 million examples were sold.
Olympus: Mju Zoom 115 (Infinity Stylus Zoom 115) camera  Olympus: Mju Zoom 115 (Infinity Stylus Zoom 115)1997 4119623 May 2016Similar styling to original Mju but fatter. Surprisigly long zoom out lens, with pop up flash. Truly a Mju on steroids!

Olympus: Newpic XB camera  Olympus: Newpic XB1999 5667880 Nov 2015Part of a 10 camera lot. Cheap APS.
@St Estephe
The Newpic XB a fully-automatic APS camera, with motor drive and auto-focus, manufactured by Olympus. One of the interesting features is "continuous shooting", enabled by holding down the shutter release.
Olympus: Olympus OM-1 camera  Olympus: Olympus OM-11973-1974 262368 Nov 2014F4 With original leather case - well looked after. Just ran a film through (Jan15) and forgotten how delightful these cameras are to handle and superb results from the 40 year old Cds meter.
Olympus: Olympus Pen FT camera  Olympus: Olympus Pen FT1966-1972 107105 July 2014F4 Part of a relatives collection left to me in July 2014. One of my all time favorites, I had one myself when I was still shooting on film and enjoyed having 72 frames on a reel. The pic is of my original camera with some wonderful lenses!
Olympus: Olympus Shoot & GO camera  Olympus: Olympus Shoot & GO ****** Jun 2015F5
@St Mary
Olympus: Olympus XA-2 camera  Olympus: Olympus XA-21980 2030776 April 2017@La Rochefaucauld
The Olympus XA series of cameras were a range of very compact cameras in a clam-shell case. They were designed for Olympus by Maitani Yoshihisa. The XA2, introduced in 1980, was a simplified version of the XA with zone focusing and a programmed exposure system. It had a four-elements-in-four-groups Zuiko 35mm f:3.5 lens. The exposure meter was a CdS exposure sensor above the lens. Shutter speed range was 2 secs. to 1/750. The minimum focusing distance was 3,3 feet or 1 meters. Its film speed range was ASA 25 -800.
Olympus: Superzoom 105 (Infinity Accura Zoom 105 / OZ Classy 105) (1996) camera  Olympus: Superzoom 105 (Infinity Accura Zoom 105 / OZ Classy 105) (1996)1996 5072703 Jun 2015F5 Typical 90's point and shoot zoom.
@St Mary
Olympus: Superzoom 105 (Infinity Accura Zoom 105 / OZ Classy 105) (1996) camera  Olympus: Superzoom 105 (Infinity Accura Zoom 105 / OZ Classy 105) (1996)1996  April 2017F5 Boxed with all papers. @Roumazieres
Olympus: Trip 35 (chrome) camera  Olympus: Trip 35 (chrome)1967-1984 2941476 Oct 2015f4 @ Marthon
A typical example of this claimed over 10million produced camera. From the serial number this is one of the original metal bodied cameras from the 1970's.
  Olympus: Trip AF 311996 5542309 April 2019
OPL (Foca): Focasport SF camera  OPL (Foca): Focasport SF1964-1966 1087.145 May 2015G5 Strange "flash" mounting on the top with flip up reflector. Sadly this feature corroded on my example. However meter cell and all other functions appear Ok.
Polaroid: Colorpack 80 camera  Polaroid: Colorpack 801971-1976  April 2017@La Rochefaucauld
Polaroid: Colorpack II camera  Polaroid: Colorpack II1969-1972 CHL94338 May 2017@ Orgedeuil
Polaroid: EE 44 camera  Polaroid: EE 441976-1977  Apr 2016OK but batteries corroded @Rue,Picardy
Polaroid: Impulse camera  Polaroid: Impulse1988 B0X2HNPGNB Mar 2015G3 1988 good working order boxed with original instructions and warranty. This model does not have the AF or other suffixes listed in "Collectiblend". It seems to be a "focus free" basic model?
@St Claud
Polaroid: Polaroid 600 (2000) camera  Polaroid: Polaroid 600 (2000)c2000s  Jul 2017Still with film and working battery @ Chassenon
Polaroid: Polaroid 630 Lightmixer camera  Polaroid: Polaroid 630 Lightmixer1986-1992 C4B 7638 VD Oct 2014F4 mint - boxed.
There are hundreds of these for sale at boot sales in France. Some people ask silly money for these more common models, but this was a bargain for 3 bucks.
Purchased at local flea market -
@St Claud
Polaroid: Polaroid 636 camera  Polaroid: Polaroid 6361999 LZ0 JA401 Vj DD Aug 2015F4 Mint @Le Lindois
Polaroid: Polaroid 636 AF camera  Polaroid: Polaroid 636 AF1995  June 2015F4 Mint boxed @St Mary
Polaroid: Polaroid 660 AF camera  Polaroid: Polaroid 660 AF1986 H28 1190 VB Apr 2016In case. @ Rue, Picardy
Polaroid: Polaroid 80B camera  Polaroid: Polaroid 80B1959-1961 LC429295 Feb 2015F4 A 50's / 60's icon. Love it, shame the Type 30 roll film is no longer available, I'd love to test it. The 80B was the last of the "Highlander" models produced in 1959.
Polaroid: Polaroid P camera  Polaroid: Polaroid P1998 KAC KB13P VF JA Mar 2019@ Hope, Confolens, boxed and original film exp date 2003. My model has eliptical flash window, same as Extreme.
Polaroid: Supercolor 635 CL camera  Polaroid: Supercolor 635 CL1986-1992 M9H 4301 VH June 2017@Yvrac
Polaroid: Supercolor 635 CL camera  Polaroid: Supercolor 635 CL1986-1992 F9N 2204 VG Feb 2018
Polaroid: Swinger 20 camera  Polaroid: Swinger 201965-1970 FB8251A Feb 2017F4 @La Rochefoucauld
Precides: Precides camera  Precides: Precides1955 **** Dec 2015With original box manufactured by M.A.P.E.D. France 1950
Ricoh: Ricoh Auto Half E camera  Ricoh: Ricoh Auto Half E1964 716243 May 2015F4 Delightful
The Ricoh Auto Half was made in Japan by Ricoh from c.1960-1963. It was a 35mm half frame camera, with clockwork motor film advance for 25 to 30 exposures. The 25mm f2.8 3 groups 4 elements lens was surrounded by the selenium cell operating the exposure metering, setting aperture automatically, with manual override option. Shutter speeds were 1/30 sec. (flash sync.) or 1/125 sec. with automatic exposure.
Riken: Ricolet camera  Riken: Ricolet1954 30910 April 2015H4 I wanted a Ricoh for the collection, and was delighted when I won this example of their original 35mm camera from 1954.
Rollei: Rollei 35S camera  Rollei: Rollei 35S1974-1980 2372940 Jan 2015F4 The last piece in the " cameras I'd previously owned" jigsaw. In truth I had an original German made 35, not an S, back in the early 70's. I understand the "S" stands for Sonnar not Singapore where this later model was assembled. Better lens than my original though!
Rollei: Rolleicord I camera  Rollei: Rolleicord I1934-1936 3309836 July 2014F6 Part of a relatives collection left to me in July 2014.
External condition poor but works fine with clear lens glasses and screen.
Leather case good condition.
Samsung: Samsung Fino 1050 XL camera  Samsung: Samsung Fino 1050 XL 880 1089 3045 1 Jun 2015D2 Mint boxed working. Typical Noughties point and shoot zoom.
@Cherves Chatelars.
Vivitar: Vivitar T101 (Transparent) camera  Vivitar: Vivitar T101 (Transparent) ******* Nov 2015Cheap Chinese made promotional camera. Branded Citroen. Part of 10 camera lot
@St Estephe
Voigtländer: Bessamatic camera  Voigtländer: Bessamatic1959-1962 22483 May 2015F4 This is the original 1959 version without the later protrusion in front of the pentaprism to view the lens settings.
The Bessamatic was launched by Voigtländer in 1959, a few years after the 1953 Contaflex and the 1957 Retina Reflex, all from Germany. This is by far the biggest and heaviest of these three leaf-shuttered SLR cameras, at more than 2 lbs. or 0.935kg. The late arrival on the market had helped Voigtländer improve the ergonomic design taking advantage of previous designs. Nevertheless, it has all the shortcomings found on these cameras, the finder blackout after exposure and the limited range of interchangeable lenses.
Voigtländer: Vito CD camera  Voigtländer: Vito CD1960 138/2 Sept 2017Mint condition @
Voigtländer: Vitomatic Ia camera  Voigtländer: Vitomatic Ia1960-1963 00549 Apr 2016Viewfinder cloudy, but optics and shutter good. @Rue Picardy
Voigtländer: Vitoret camera  Voigtländer: Vitoret1962-1971 138/1 Sept 2017
Yashica: Electro 35 camera  Yashica: Electro 351966 363y6y May 2019@Alicante flea market missing wind on lever.
Yashica: Lynx 5000 camera  Yashica: Lynx 5000c1964-1969 L II 6050478 May 2019@Alicante flea market Good condition full working order.
Yashica: Microtec Zoom 120 (Micro Elite Zoom 120) camera  Yashica: Microtec Zoom 120 (Micro Elite Zoom 120)1995 601826 Sept 2017@ Marillac le Franc
Yashica: Yashica 8 camera  Yashica: Yashica 8 1960077 Jul 20148mm Clockwork, twin lens cine camera. Inherited from an uncle.
Yashica: Yashica Autofocus camera  Yashica: Yashica Autofocus1978  Sept 2016F4 with box and instructions @ Malleyrand
Yashica: Yashica FR I camera  Yashica: Yashica FR I1978 152193 Mar 2015J8 Rough non working body. But i bought it for the ML 50mm f1.7 which is F4.
The Yashica FR1 was an electronically-controlled 35mm film SLR camera made by Yashica and produced between 1977_81.

Based on the earlier Contax RTS and Yashica FR, the FR1 combined some of the best attributes of those cameras. Equipped with the C/Y common bayonet mount, the FR1 could accept a variety of Yashica / Contax lenses and was targeted at serious amateur and professional photographers who did not need the added features of the more expensive Contax RTS. It had an electronically-controlled shutter with speeds from 1 sec. to 1/1000 (plus B), two exposure modes - manual and aperture priority - as well as DOF preview, self-timer, and full exposure information visible in the viewfinder.
Yashica: Zoomate 140 (Elite 140 Zoom) camera  Yashica: Zoomate 140 (Elite 140 Zoom)1998 421431 Oct 2015D2 Perfect condition looks unused. Box a bit bashed case and instructions. Incredible zoom range very compact akin to the Samsung
@La Rochefoucauld
Zeiss Ikon: Box Tengor 54/2 camera  Zeiss Ikon: Box Tengor 54/21932-1939  Feb 2018@ La Rochefoucauld
Box Tengor is a series of medium format film box cameras made by Zeiss Ikon and produced between 1926-1956. It is a continuation model of Goerz Box Tengor that produced by Goerz before the merger to form the Zeiss Ikon.
  Zeiss Ikon: Colora F (10.0641)1964-1965  
Zeiss Ikon: Contaflex II 862/24 camera  Zeiss Ikon: Contaflex II 862/241954-1958 16490 Oct 2014H7 Cosmetically immaculate, possibly working but shutter speeds unreliable. mirror stays up after exposure!
Zeiss Ikon: Ikonta 520/2 (Ikonta C) camera  Zeiss Ikon: Ikonta 520/2 (Ikonta C)1929-1937 87614 Sept 2015F5 @St Laurent de Cercis
Zeiss Ikon: Piccolette (201) (545/12) camera  Zeiss Ikon: Piccolette (201) (545/12)1927-1930 242878 Nov 2017A modestly priced acquisition from a friend who was looking for a good home for his dad's cameras. Much appreciated delightful little camera. Optically and mechanically perfect, a highly usable camera which I look forward to running film!
Zeiss Ikon: Tenax I (570/27) camera  Zeiss Ikon: Tenax I (570/27)1939-1941 H87336 Nov 2014F5 I love this camera incredibly compact, pre-war design. Ran a test roll in Jan 15 passable quality results for age.
The Tenax I was actually launched after the Tenax II. Like the Tenax II, it is a 24×24mm square-format camera using 35mm film, with a rapid-advance lever around the lens. But it is a much simpler camera, with a completely different body, no rangefinder, a simple folding viewfinder on the top plate, and a behind-the-lens Compur shutter to 1/300. Most of them are equipped with a Zeiss Novar 3.5cm f/3.5 lens. A smaller number have a Carl Zeiss Jena 3.5cm f/2.8 Tessar.

Production began in 1939, and it was nearly halted in 1941. There was limited production during the rest of the war.
Zeiss Ikon VEB: Penti II (black/gold) camera  Zeiss Ikon VEB: Penti II (black/gold)1960 615797 Oct 2014F4 Known in France as the Pentacon Penti II - it looks the same model as the Welta:Penti II listed on Collectiblend. Good condition with case bought on Ebay. Utilises the Agfa "Rapid" cassette.
Zeiss Ikon VEB: Praktica BCA camera  Zeiss Ikon VEB: Praktica BCA1986-1989 7281542 Oct 2015F4 Perfect working order. With 70-210 zoom and f1.8 50mm


Manufacturer:Model Serial Number Date acquiredPrice PaidComments
Canon: Praktica BCA camera  Canon: 10-22mm f3.5-f4.5 EF-S USM July 2014
  Ifbagon: 300mm f4.5710021 
  Maksutov - MTO: 550mm f8.5 Mirroer lensN71841 July 2014Inherited from an uncle superb Russian glass!
Nikon: Praktica BCA camera  Nikon: 50mm f1.4 Nikkor (AI) 
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