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Coronet Midget tiny Bakelite box camera


Brown Version


This Coronet Midget is a tiny box camera made of Bakelite by the Coronet Camera Co. in Birmingham, England. It is only 6.5 cm long and 2.6 cm wide, and weighs in at a mere 55g. Introduced in 1935, in several colours - black, lime green, olive green, brown, red/black mottled and rose/orange mottled, and later in blue (1937).  This is the brown version.

Vintage Barnet Ensign Ful-Vue

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Ful-Vue Model II Early 1950’s

This camera is in reasonable condition and comes with a thin black leather case which is starting to harden and crack. Dismantling of this camera, due to its basic manufacture, is a simple matter and means this item could be an easy service or reconditioning project.

1955 Vintage D-20 Coronet British Box Camera

Pseudo TLR For 2 ¼ x 2 ¼ 120 or 620 film

The D-20 by Coronet is a British box camera for 6×6 cm exposures on roll film. The camera's winding key was designed so that either 120 or 620 film could be used. The D-20 shares its vaguely TLR-esque design with the related Coronet F-20 Coro-Flash and the Coronet Twelve-20.

Kodak  Junior 620 Folding Camera


Self-erecting Viewfinder Folding Camera 1933


The Kodak Junior 620 was a self-erecting viewfinder folding camera for type No. 620 film rolls. It was made by the German Kodak AG branch of Kodak in the former Nagel factory in Stuttgart. Its design followed conceptions of earlier Nagel roll film folders like the Nagel Triumph: self-erecting, Gauthier shutter, Anastigmat lens, brilliant finder plus collapsible frame finder, and focusable lens


Vintage Six-20 Brownie Model D 1946-1953

With Original Manual (PDF Copy)

The first production of this camera, from 1946 until 1953 was available with a plain matte enamel faceplate, a metal or plastic winding knob and a metal or plastic shutter release button and two brilliant view-finders. It also had an easy-to-use hinged back with a simple spring catch.From 1953-57 the camera changed to a horizontally striped design faceplate, plastic winding knob, and a plastic shutter release button. In addition, 2-pin flash contacts and a triangular spring back catch were added.



A Kit comprising  a Minolta X9 35mm fim camera fitted with a Sigma Zoom Master f 35-70mm 1: 3.5-4.5 Lens in a dedicated Minolta Carrying Case along with a Sigma UC Zoom 70-210 mm f/ 4-5.6 MF Lens.


        Minolta X9 35mm Camera Body

Sigma UC Zoom 70-210mm Lens

Sigma Zoom Master 35-70 mm Lens

Blue/Black Minolta Badged Camera Bag

Olympus om10 Camera Kit.  

Camera 2 x Lenses 1 x Flashgun 1 x Soft Case


A nice little kit comprising of an Olympus om10 camera body, a Tamron 28-70 mm f/ 3.5-4.5 Adaptall-2 model 44A lens, a Vivitar MC 70-210 mm f/ 1:4.5 MC Macro Focusing Zoom Lens, an Olympus T 20 Flash unit and a Cobra soft case to carry it all in. All items are in excellent condition both mechanically and optically.


This Zenit is a 35mm film SLR camera manufactured by Vileiskiy Zavod Zenit at the Vileiskiy Plant Zenit near Minsk in the former USSR. They were produced between 1982-1993 in a quantity of 3.000.000.  This early model is a nice, solid, metal, Russian SLR Camera with a lens based on the Biotar 2/58 (Carl Zeiss Jena) lens cannot be sure of the exact model because of the lack of model markings but I think it is a version of the Zenith E.

(Most of the Zenith cameras of this time were more or less the same but with minor changes)


Autofocus System Camera Body & Dedicated Flash

The Minolta Dynax 3000i was both, the budget model of Minolta's second generation of autofocus system cameras, and its first point-and-shoot single lens reflex camera. The only thing missing was a built-in flash, but the small flashguns D316i and D314i where attachable to the new Dynax/Maxxum flash connector. These little system flashes used power from the expensive 5CR2 camera battery. The camera had no own flash-on/off switch. Switching to flash mode was only possible after attaching and afterwards switching on the D316i, D314i or 3200i system flashgun. flash synchronized exposure times where from 1/20 to 1/60 seconds, normal shutter speeds were 4s-1/1000 seconds.


The Minolta Dynax 3000i was both, the budget model of Minolta's second generation of autofocus system cameras, and its first point-and-shoot single lens reflex camera. The only thing missing was a built-in flash, but the small flashguns D316i and D314i were attachable to the new Dynax/Maxxum flash connector. Flash synchronized exposure times were from 1/20 to 1/60 seconds, normal shutter speeds were 4s-1/1000 seconds. The only exposure mode beside program - and flash automatics was the Hi-Speed mode which made automatic exposure with preference for the highest possible shutter speed.


AKA EOS Rebel II


The EOS 1000N is a newer revision of the Canon EOS 1000 line of 35mm SLR cameras releases in 1992. In the Americas the most basic models without flash is called EOS Rebel II. A date version is also available as the EOS Rebel II QD. The flash versions of the camera is called EOS 1000FN while the American version is called EOS Rebel S II or often written with non-roman spelling as EOS Rebel S2. The flash date version is available as the EOS 1000FN QD. In Japan it is known as EOS 1000S QD or with a panorama option as EOS 1000S QD-P.


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