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Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film


Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film
Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film

Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film    Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film

This rare vintage (Circa 1939) Univex B8 Model Cine Camera with Viewfinder comes in its original box, making it a must-have for collectors and enthusiasts alike. Made in the United States, this non-reflex camera is designed for standard 8 mm film format and boasts a durable black steel color. With its Univex brand, this camera is a testament to the quality and craftsmanship of vintage cameras. The camera is in excellent condition in its original box and comes with a viewfinder, making it easy to capture memories on film. Don't miss out on the chance to own this piece of film history.

The camera appears to work perfectly - I can wind it, it rolls, the shutter opens, and the f/stops ring moves nicely. I believe that film is still in the camera. I do not know if it has been exposed or developed, or even viable for exposure or development. It would be best to open it in a darkroom with a darkroom light to inspect it.


Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film    Rare 1939 Univex B8 Cine Camera with Viewfinder in Original Box, Plus Film