Ansco Rediflex 620 Film Camera Vintage 1950
The Ansco Rediflex is a fixed-focus pseudo-TLR using 620 film made during the 1950s. Ansco was an American manufacturer of camera equipment in Binghamton, New York. In the 19th century its predecessor E. & H.T. Anthony Co. was the largest distributor of photography supply in the U.S.A.. It started in the ear;y 1840s as daguerreotype gallery Edward Anthony in New York and expanded its activity becoming photography supplier in 1847. In 1852 Edward Anthony's brother Henry T. joined and in 1870 the company started making cameras. The company was the first to patent a roll-film holder that could be loaded in light. This scarce camera is in fair condition, the shutter fires and all levers and knobs turn freely - no further testing was done. Included inside the camera is a roll of used film. The camera and film are used, sold as collectibles and sold as is.