Vintage Gems

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UploadedNovember 26, 2012
TakenNovember 26, 2012
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D40
Exposure1/30 sec at f/10
FlashFlash, Auto-Mode, Return light not detected
Focal Length34 mm
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From left to right.....
The Falcon Flex made in Chicago by the Spencer Co.early 1950s
Laods Kodak # 27 film or AGFA #8 with 16 exposures.

Of course the famous Kodak Brownie movie camera.
Behind that is a Kodak Instamatic 45 ,remember flash cubes ?

The metal lens is an Argus 200mm complete with a sun visor.
In my opinion the Argus camera was one of the greatest American cameras ever made.

The lens in the picture goes on the Argus "Brick" a 35mm range finder capable of shooting outstanding photos.
The Brick gets it's name because of it's shape,weight and size.

The Argue Brick is a little different and seems a bit more difficult to operate and change lenses because you have to remove a few gears to change the lens which then screws on but they are a very well made and durable camera.

I'm searching for a Brick that has the 3 lens turret viewfinder.
If you have one or know of one for sale please let me know.

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  • Fred Moskey

    Fred Moskey gave props (26 Nov 2012):

    Excellent collection! I think I still have my Kodak Brownie movie camera, excatly like the one in your photgraph.

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