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Manufacturer:Model Manufacture years Serial Number Date acquiredPrice PaidComments
Yashica: Yashica D camera  Yashica: Yashica D1958-1974  oct. 2014$100Possibly an earlier D. Has three-element Yashikor lenses.
Asahi: Pentax ME camera  Asahi: Pentax ME1976-1981  2013N/ANearly the same as K1000, except it has an automatic or 1/100 shutter speed setting. Neither the automatic shutter speed nor light meter work. Still used with a handheld meter or sunny 16 rule. I generally use a 35-75mm with it.
AGFA: Isolette III camera  AGFA: Isolette III1951-1960  2013N/ABought by family member when new. Being refurbished as of Sep. 2014.
Ansco: Shur Shot camera  Ansco: Shur Shot1948  2014$5A wood box with a lens, shutter, and film spools inside. Whoopee!
Polaroid: Polaroid 230 camera  Polaroid: Polaroid 2301967-1969  2013N/AStill had dried-up chemical packs in it when I got it.
Zeiss Ikon: Contaflex IV 864/24 camera  Zeiss Ikon: Contaflex IV 864/241957-1959  2013N/A
Spartus: Spartus 35 camera  Spartus: Spartus 351947-1954  2014$5
Kodak Eastman: Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model camera  Kodak Eastman: Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model1950-1961  2014$5Shutter fails to open completely. Has flash attachment.
Kodak Eastman: Brownie Bullet camera  Kodak Eastman: Brownie Bullet1957-1964  2014$15Copy of Kodak Holiday. Circa 1957.
Polaroid: One Step 600 camera  Polaroid: One Step 600c1983  2014$3Works. Hardly used due to cost of film.
Kodak Eastman: Retinette IA (035) camera  Kodak Eastman: Retinette IA (035)1959-1961  
  recesky: tlr  2014$20 newChinese copy of the Gakkenflex, a build-it-yourself twin lens reflex toy camera. Plastic,single element lenses. Fixed aperture and shutter speed.
  vivitar: vivitar 602  
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