The Place to find Antique, Vintage, Retro or just plain used, 8 mm Super 8 mm 9.5
mm, 16 mm Film Projectors, Slide Transparency Projectors in Various Formats and also
a selection of Camera & Darkroom Equipment. Serviced, Refurbished & Reconditioned
This attachment for reflex cameras is designed for photographing small objects in
a large scale. E.g. Macro photography. The attachment is designed for use with 35
mm cameras with interchangeable lenses that utilise the Canon Bayonet fitting. The
item is in mint condition and comes with its original box and instruction manual.
Bellows material is fully lightsafe.
Weston Master Universal Exposure Meter
“ The Master 1” 1939/47
The first of the Weston Master 715 series, , this meter was produced at Newark NJ
in 1939 and then in the UK by Sangamo Weston in Enfield, Middlesex after the war
in 1947. It is the first of the Master series and the first Weston to have an "upright"
format. Note that there is a 715 a and a 715 b - only the dials are slightly different.
With instructions and case.
The Yashica Right-angled Viewfinder is designed to fit over the viewfinder eyepiece
of the Yashica single-lens reflex camera. When mounted properly, it will enable you
to focus and sight your camera at chest level or pointing at right angles to your
line of sight. This adapter is particularly effective for low angle shooting, close
ups and photomicrography.
In soft case with instruction sheet
The illumination Photometer “Tavolux” is calibrated in Foot Candles with two ranges
100 or 10. This a nice looking item it will probably need calibrating to used accurately
as it has been in a cupboard for some years.
This unit splits into two pieces to allow readings too or from the meter facia. It
comes with its original instructions and in its original wooden storage / carry box.
Weston Cine Exposure Meter
Model 819 Circa 1939
A Weston 819 cine light exposure meter, dating from 1937, this is really a 650 cine
version but it was numbered out of sequence in the 8 range because of its direct
Made in Newark New Jersey in 1939
The Weston Master V Universal Exposure Meter 1960s
UK Made - Model S461
The fifth of the Weston Master series, this meter was made only in the UK, starting
in 1963 and continuing to 1972. Model S461 in the UK and 748 in the US. It is very
similar to the EuroMaster (Europea in the US) which followed it. Aluminium with a
beige-gray plastic case, they were not readily available in the US and not widely
sold in the UK
This instrument was used for direct measurements of the intensity of light sources
as well as the illumination of surfaces and surface reflection. It is not uniformly
sensitive over the visible spectrum and allowances for this must be made for light
sources of varying colours. The Holophane-Edgcumbe Autophotic cell used was used
extensively in the making of commercial films in the early 1950s
Weston “Master III” Exposure Meter
Model S141-3 Circa 1955
The third of the Weston Master series, this meter was the last model produced at
Newark NJ and also by Sangamo Weston in Enfield, Middlesex in the mid '50s. The UK
meters were distributed by Ilford Ltd. Weston IIIs (US Model 737, UK S141). The US
model had a stainless steel case much like the model IV. A cine version (S217 - UK
only) was also manufactured. Apart from the dial, they were the same as the Weston
Miranda Green Camera Shoulder Bag
4 Sections + Internal Pouch
Internal Size Main Section – 15 cm x 12 cm x 24 cm
Vanguard Black Camera Shoulder Bag
3 Sections + Internal Pouch
Internal Size Main Section – 16 cm x 12 cm x 24 cm
Military Camera Storage Case Steel
Marked Camera G90 With 1½” Lens
A metal storage / carrying case of military origin. Made from steel with clamps and
a cloth carry handle