Value of old Kodak?

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by david, Jun 3, 2004.

  1. david

    david Guest

    I have an old "Kodak Junior 3-A, Model A" camera designed to take
    "autographic film no. A-122"

    Any one tell me a rough value of this thing? It's in very good nick and
    would probably still work if I knew how.

    David
     
    david, Jun 3, 2004
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    mark Dunn Guest

    Try ebay. About £15 last time I looked. Mine takes 120 film.
     
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    mark Dunn Guest

    There's one there now with a bid of 8.99.
     
    mark Dunn, Jun 3, 2004
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  4. david

    david Guest

    Thanx.

    I'll cancel the private heli then ;o(

    D
     
    david, Jun 3, 2004
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  5. Many years ago I had a postcard sized one with an f4.5 lens. I used it
    to make my first enlarger. Horizontal one that is. It worked really well
    on 6x6cm negs. Even if I did have to project the images the whole width
    of the kitchen for 10" x 8" photos!!

    Mike
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    Michael J Davis, Jun 3, 2004
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  6. Not worth a great deal, £5-£10 and you haven't been able to get autographic
    film for many, many years.
    I've got a similar camera but the bellows is perforated and the shutter's
    jammed :-o(
    Regards Mike.
     
    Mike Cawood, HND BIT, Jun 5, 2004
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  7. When I did use an autographic camera, I recall that ordinary 120 pan
    film worked fine - but care must be taken not to let light through the
    autograph slot.

    Mike
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