Vintage Cameras

Vintage cameras are always a pleasure to view. On the norm, most collections are probably not that valuable. But, for the camera enthusiast, each collected piece is a true treasure.

One caveat for the collector to remember is to remove the batteries from the cameras if you buy them from a venue which would overlook removal, before selling. The batteries are really neat to look at too, but they are chock full of acid that produces an attractive, yet corrosive substance that can nicely fill that small compartment.

If you want to possess a collection of financial worth, it is recommended that you do your homework first. Those Kodak Brownie's are fabulous to look at, but cheap to secure. They are not worth a lot. While doing your homework, you should also familiarize yourself with the concepts of what qualities are to be found in a mint vintage camera and how to operate some of those models, if you intend to shoot with them. This is a somewhat illogical idea, as you would have to have them scanned to get them on your computer to share with others, but if you have the money and the time, enjoy.

And finally, be cautious of the chosen brand names. The good ones include Kodak, Argus, Yashica, Leica, Nikon, Canon and Minolta. After all, how much value does a no name brand have?

Vintage 1970s Polaroid SX 70 Folding Instant Land Camera Brown Leather
Vintage 1970s Polaroid SX 70 Folding Instant Land Camera Brown Leather

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Phoenix P 2000 Camera Film Used With Leather Carrying Case Black
Phoenix P 2000 Camera Film Used With Leather Carrying Case Black

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Kodak Brownie II 8mm Movie Camera excellent condwith film free ship usa
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Vintage EASTMAN KODAK JUNIOR SIX 20 SERIES II Camera
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Vintage Adox Pronto LK Camera w Schneider Kreuznach Radionar L 128 45 Lens
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Vintage 1950s Kodak Brownie Special Six 16 Black Box 616 Film Camera
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Old Vtg Collectible Kodak Retina IIA Camera With Leather Case
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Vintage Kodak Spanish 1970s 255X 126 Film Instamatic Camera 126 Lomography
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Vintage Arnart 5Th Avenue Young Boy Holding Camera On Tripod 2163
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Vintage Collectors Circa 1937 Cine Kodak Model E 16mm Movie Camera
Vintage Collectors Circa 1937 Cine Kodak Model E 16mm Movie Camera

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Polaroid ID 4 Identification System Model 110 Fast Ship
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VINTAGE LEICA LEITZ 12 INCH DOUBLE LOCKING CAMERA CABLE RELEASE
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Vintage Braun Hobby F6502 Camera Flash Unit Made in West Germany
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Vintage Graflex Camera With Accessories
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Vintage Pentax Asahi Spotmatic F Film Camera with Pentax 114 50MM Lens Great
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Vintage Argus Camera C Four 50 MM Lens f 28
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Ricoh Ricohmatic 44 Riken 35 6 cm in light gray
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Vintage polaroid camera
Vintage polaroid camera

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35 mm Christe Projector outstanding condition
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Nikon S 35mm Film Rangefinder 5cm f14 Nikkor SC 6097262
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Vintage Tripod Zwerg Excelsior Germany Camera Photo PRIORITY MAIL
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Richoh Golden16 camera
Richoh Golden16 camera

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Vintage cameras produce among the best film that is still shown on some of today's movie screens. Many popular Westerns enjoyed by modern movie buffs were filmed with a vintage camera. And when it comes to photographs made with a vintage camera, the end result is unparalleled.

A unique feature of vintage video cameras is that they cannot be replayed until the entire film has been shot. This gives the movie an element of surprise. Every moment captured on one of these video cameras will remain forever because the scenes cannot be deleted.

Vintage cameras that create snapshots are admired by professional and hobby photographers everywhere. The Polaroid camera is perhaps the most popular type of vintage camera among collectors. With a Polaroid, the photographer can instantly develop a picture without the use of a dark room or special equipment.

When Polaroids were introduced to the worldwide market in 1972, they were the epitome of technological advancement. Now, they hold a special place in the vintage-camera collector's heart. These cameras were portable, efficient and a fun way to immortalize priceless moments. Once they hit their popularity peak in the 1980s, almost every household in the United States had a Polaroid camera.