Vintage Camera Finds

7/05/2013 0 Comments A+ a-

We've highlighted a few photographic finds in our inventory that are perfect for the vintage camera lover or collector.

The Busch Pressman Model D is a 4x5 press camera made in the 1950-1960 era.  The camera features a ground glass screen, an optical finder with parallax correction and a wire frame sports finder with parallax correction.  This featured Busch Pressman Model D has a 135mm f/4.7 Wollensak Raptar lens.

The Gowland All Moves Pocket View is a 4x5 camera designed by glamor photographer, Peter Gowland.  The camera is constructed of aluminum and features a lightweight, rugged design.


The Polaroid Model 80, also known as the Highlander, is a folding roll film camera made from 1954 to 1957.  It features a 100mm f8.8 three element glass lens.  The Model 80 has a steel body construction and a painted gray finish. 

The Polaroid Model 95B, also known as the Speedliner, is a folding roll film camera made from 1957 to 1961.  It features a 130mm f8.8 glass lens.  It has a polished steel body with a faux brown leather finish. 

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