Revere 8 Model 44 and Minolta SRT202
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***Revere Model 44 Magazine Cine: Movie camera produced in 1952. Revere Camera Company, Chicago. It is equipped with a turret with three lenses: Wollensak Cine Raptar 1:2,5 13mm, Wollensak Raptar 1:3,5 38mm, Elgeet 1:1,9 7mm. It works perfectly. Its body is in grey metal, with brown inserts. Ii weights 1,100 kg. and its measures are the following: 52/120/140mm. ***Minolta SRT202 w/ 50mm: The first version of the Minolta SRT202 came out in 1975. By 1978 Minolta dropped the SRT202 from it's line of cameras. The SRT202 was it's most expensive manual-exposure camera, and they felt that most people who would spend that much money would want the added features of an automatic-exposure camera. However, the camera was built like a tank. The shutter will operate without a battery, has complete viewfinder information, and many other features. Many consider the SRT202 to be the best manual-exposure camera ever made -- by any manufacturer! ***Auto Electroflash 28: Compact/cordless unit with guide number of 28 (in meters at ASA 100, 46 in feet at ASA 25). Provide automatic flash exposure even with bounce operation. Both cameras have the original instructional guides and even the Polaroid case comes with a guide as well.
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