8mm Movie Camera Kit

Vintage Film and Photography Goodies

1963 8mm Film Merengue Dancers
US$10.45
Kodak Instamatic Super 8 Video Camera
US$14.45
GE Model 8DW58Y4 Exposure Meter circa 1945
US$14.45
Kodak Duaflex Vintage Film Camera 1940s Era Collectible
US$15.45
Collectible Kodak Pony 828 Film Camera ca.1950
US$17.45
AGFA Tully K Flash Attachment
US$17.45
Yashica EZ Matic 4 Film Camera Japan
US$17.45
Retro 35mm Film Cameras
US$17.45
Imperial Debonair 620 Film Camera Vintage 1960s
US$17.45
Kodak Duo Splicer Outfit
US$18.45
Arcadia Folding Pocket Viewer
US$20.45
Bell and Howell Super 8 Vintage Movie Camera
US$21.45
Kodak Brownie Starflex Vintage Film Camera
US$21.45
Retro Nippon AR 4392 35mm Film Camera
US$22.45
Imperial Satelite 127 Vintage Film Camera
US$24.45
Kodak Challenger
US$24.45
Kodak Brownie Starlet 127 Film Camera Collectible
US$24.45
Pickwik Candid Camera
US$24.45
Eastman Kodak Brownie Safelight
US$24.45
Jelco Automatic 8 8mm Movie Camera circa 1960
US$24.45
Vintage Film Camera Trio
US$24.45
Polaroid One Step Close Up Instant Camera
US$27.45
Kodak M20 Instamatic Super 8 Movie Camera
US$27.45
Sunbeam 120 Vintage Film Camera

US$27.45

Swiss Military Field Phone

Vintage Cameras, Vintage This and That

 

Apollo I Collectible – Haley Astronautics Award Pin and Photograph dated April 5th 1967.

This historical photo and pin are in good condition. The photograph from the Manned Spacecraft Center is numbered 5-67-26837 on the back along with a description of the the White Award and the people in the picture. Edward White II was one of the 3 Apollo Astronauts who died in the Apollo Spacecraft tragedy on January 27th 1967. This is not only rare, but a one of a kind space collectible. The photograph is an 8 x 10 and the pin measures about 3/8 x 1/2 inches.

Retro Vintage RadioNow you can tune into old radio programs via the Old Radio World website. It offers a wealth of old radio programs in about 8 different categories. One of our favorites has some cool old comedy clips. We also enjoyed the vintage music, antique mysteries and retro dramas served up through out the site. www.oldradioworld.com

Enjoy the Free Old Time Radio Shows from “The Golden Age of Radio !”

From the “Old Radio World” Home Page

Here at OldRadioWorld.com you will find some of the most popular radio programs of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. Before television, radio provided entertainment by presenting radio plays and programs of mystery, intrigue, and comedy. Of course, news was present as were many soap operas.