1949 Kodak Video Camera with Original Leather Case

1949 Kodak Video Camera with Original Leather Case


This Kodak Cine 8mm camera was known as a box camera, and according to period advertisements, it was designed to be easy to use. The design was such that there were no sprockets to fuss over while loading the roll of film, and the camera came preset to 13mm and f/2.7. The speed of frames per second could be adjusted by the user to be between 16 and 48, and the finder indicated parallax correction. The camera has not been inspected for usability, but all components are movable and in order. The accompanying leather case is time-worn, and must be handled with great care.

  • Maker: Eastman Kodak Company

  • Material: Die cast aluminum, enamel

  • Epoch: 1949

  • Dimensions: 5.5" x 4.5" x 2"

  • Procurement: Decatur, Georgia

  • Origin: Rochester, New York

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