How much is a Brownie movie camera model 2 worth?

Kodak Eastman: Brownie Movie Camera II

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$5-10 $10-20 $10-20
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How much is a keystone 8mm camera worth?

Keystone: K-8

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$20-30 $30-40 $50-60
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When was the Kodak Brownie 8mm movie camera made?

Brownie 8 8mm movie camera, made by the Eastman Kodak Company in the United States, c. 1960. The Brownie 8mm Movie Camera is a low-priced quality clockwork-driven camera with a fixed-focus f/2.7 13mm Kodak Cine-Ektanon lens. The camera was manufactured between 1960 and 1962, and originally sold for $24.50.

When did the Kodak Brownie movie camera come out?

Released in 1900, it introduced the snapshot to the masses. It was a basic cardboard box camera with a simple convex-concave lens that took 2 1/4-inch square pictures on 120 roll film….Kodak Brownie.

Type box camera
Released February 1900
Production 1900–1986
Intro price $1 (equivalent to $31 in 2020)

What is a Brownie 8mm cine camera?

Brownie 8 mm. cine cameras are designed to provide home movies at a modest outlay with a minimum of technicalities. Brownie movie cameras use the most economical cine film available, the 8 mm. gauge and their main feature is simplicity of operation. The clockwork mechanism runs at a governed speed of 16 frames per second.

When did the Kodak Brownie 8mm come out?

The Brownie 8 mm. Movie Camera was introduced by the Eastman Kodak Company of Rochester, U.S.A. and first imported into Britain in 1955. In the following year British production of the same model began at the Harrow factory of Kodak Limited.

What is the difference between American and British single-lens cameras?

There are two current American single-lens models. One is fitted with an ƒ2.3 lens and is otherwise similar to the British ƒ1.9 model, the other has an ƒ1.9 lens and a restyled trim and front panel. The controls on the latter model are the same as on other single-lens models. The Turret ƒ1.9 model was also introduced in 1958.