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Old 05-23-2007   #1
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Oldest camera?

What's the oldest camera you've got?

I'll kick off: mine is a Zeiss Ikon Ikoflex, built in 1935.
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Old 05-23-2007   #2
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Fed 1b (the toliet seat model) '36 I think.

Works ok.

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edit P.S. also have '36 Contax II
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Old 05-23-2007   #3
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Leica III from 1933, folding 6X9 Zeiss Ikon Bob from 1934. FED-1 from 1935, and Rolleicord IIa from 1939(?).



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Old 05-23-2007   #4
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Kodak 1a from about 1914. I've actually run a couple of 120 rolls thru it.

My Leica IIIa is from 1934, the uncoated Elmar is as well. This one I've used a fair bit.
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Well I have a Kodak Hawk-Eye from the teens or early 20's but the poor thing has a very cloudy viewing mechanism and it sits on my shelf looking rather regal but it's not in use. Then there is the Kodak Kodex from the late 30's to early 40's. I've used it a couple of times but not so much. It sits next to the Hawk-Eye. I have a third Kodak Brownie Hawkeye sitting in the closet. We used it when we were kids. It has light leaks but suprisingly a rather sharp lens.

So I guess the oldest camera that I use is from 1979 the Contax 139Q. The oldest Rangefinder is my Bessa but it's the only one I own.
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I use my '55 vintage Zorki 3m as my main camera. And I own and occasionally use a Bolsey B2--but I'm not sure about the age of that one.
I do have a Leica f4/90 Elmar that dates from '37 and i use that regularly.
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I seem to have several cameras from the 1950s.
The most used is my Fed-2.
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I have an Empire State No. 1 Kodak 8x10 from around 1910.

http://www.fiberq.com/cam/ekc/emp1.htm


I also have a Gundlach-Manhattan Optical Korona View 4x5 circa 1909-1936. I don't know the exact year mine was mafuactured.

http://www.fiberq.com/cam/gundlach/view.htm

Yes, I use them. I had to patch the bellows on the Empire State and the film holders are wider than modern 8x10 film holders. I have 3 original 8x10 film holders that came with the Empire State No. 1 and they have 5x7 film inserts in them allowing me to use 5x7 film should I so desire.

The Korona View uses the same size lens board as my Graphic View II and Anniversary Speed Graphic. This allows me to transfer the lens and lens board to any one of the three I wish. The Korona View looks a little odd with the metal Graphic View II lens board on it as it is a Cherry wood camera.

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[quote=

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So I guess the oldest camera that I use is from 1979 the Contax 139Q. The oldest Rangefinder is my Bessa but it's the only one I own.[/QUOTE]

I still miss my 139Q. It just up and died on me one day. I suppose I should have it fixed, but I got a couple of Yashica FX 103's to replace it before their price shot up on the 'bay. Never bragg on a photographic forum about a good deal on what others don't know is a good camera. Anyway, the 103's seem to like the T* 50mm f/1.4 lens very well thank you. They use the other accessories too.
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Old 05-23-2007   #10
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I have a large Kodak camera from 1898 which I have used to take a photo by taping a peice of 5x4 sheet film to the inside of the back plate in a changing bag - I did get a decent photo too!

I have a '20's Voigtlander Bergheil which I use with a RADA 120 film back -It has an uncoated `skopar lens that pretty sharp.

I have a couple of Bessas from the 30's including a Bessa RF from 1936 which I use quite a bit - other than that my most used camera is my M3 from '56.
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Old 05-23-2007   #12
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I am not sure what is my oldest camera so I don't know if I use my oldest one or not. But I am pretty sure I don't.

I use my Welta Welti (Raid, do you still have and use yours?) and those were made in the 30's and/or 40's. I use my Welta 6x6/645 folder from I would guess the same time. Also I am now testing my Zeiss Ikon folder. I have some older Kodaks and an old box camera, but I don't use them. I have a Welta Weltini (a 35mm folding rangefinder), but it was bought needing repair and I have yet to do so.
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Old 05-23-2007   #13
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My oldest are my Zorki-6 and Zenit-C. Both are from 1961. I have used the Zorki many times, but not the Zenit.
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Old 05-23-2007   #14
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First batch Leica II in black 1932-3 + another 1933 second batch ... mere babies , by many collectors standards - but so useable still !
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Oldest one in common use is a Kodak Brownie 2A ca. 1924 or so- takes 120 film!

My 1114 is of unknown vintage- appears to be part (front standard & perhaps bed?) Kodak 2D with a different rear standard added on. As far as I can find Kodak never made a 2D 1114 camera.
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Leica 111c 1949 , got Delta 3200 loaded at the mo.
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Old 05-23-2007   #18
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1951 Leica IIIF with 1941 Elmar 50mm and 1934 Elmar 90mm.
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Barnack IIIc & Leicaflex(MarkII)

IIIc(509xxxx) with Summitar50/2(79xxxx) in both 1950 and
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Old 05-23-2007   #20
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1954 Zorki 1e with 50mm F/2 J8. See avatar.

I do have an 1936 Contax IIIa with OEM Flash sync conversion. but there is a cog that is broken that winds the shutter curtains (I think). Anyway, the first curtain opens, but the second won't follow it. (a repair guy told my dad what was wrong, but my dad did not want to spend the $$ to fix..He had a Nikon FTn at the time.
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My oldest usable camera is my Agfa, whatever model we decided it is. Takes good pictures anyway. My oldest camera was my Anniversary Brownie, which got cannibalized for a project involving a piece of foam core, some black foam, some popcicle sticks, some black paint, and some Elmer's Glue-All.
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My first Leica a 1936 vintage IIIa with Summar given to me by my granddad when I was 6.
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My oldest 35mm is a Zeiss Ikon Tenax I
(1930-1941 f3.5 35mm Novar Compur - 24X24 format X 50 exposures/roll of 36), although I don't use it much.

My all time favorites are the 4x5 SLRs. Graflex R.B. Series D
(1928 to 1945 Folmer Graflex Corp. Really great for portraits of people or pets.

I have had older folders but only shot a couple of rolls in them. I am more interested in the cameras as a tool rather than just as object to collect. I do collect clocks and don't have them around to tell the time. To me, there is a difference.

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I still use the 1958 Leica M2 I got when it was 9-10 years old, and the Summicron that I got with it. But it has a 50 Sonnar-ZM on it at the moment...
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Got a bush pressman model D, but I have hardly used it.
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It's a pre-war Super Ikonta "C". It's the only camera I have that's 6x9 so when I want to play with the biggest negatives/transparencies I can, and the lighting is friendly, I use it.
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Old 05-24-2007   #27
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Here is a picture of my oldest camera:



A Kodak 3A pocket camera from 1907 complete with leather case and strap. The camera is in very much excellent condition and still has that "new bellows smell". Here are some photos I took with it recently (this year) on 120 film



Ilford Delta 100 with red filter



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Ilford Delta 100 with red filter



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Aviotus, amazing shots The gothic script on brilliant finder is surprising.

My oldest is wartime Contax II. It was my main camera for about a year.
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Avotius I am really impressed by your post. Thank you for sharing!
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I suppose this is the oldest currently in use. Though, I do have a Rexoette box camera that saw action last week. This camera is by far my faivert. I fits like a glove. Found it for less than $50 (USD) at a local community thrift store. Adjusted the curtain roller tensions and glued down some lifting vulcanite. All is well.

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Fed 1b (the toliet seat model) '36 I think.
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FED-1 from 1935 Jay
Fed 1 from 1935 and 1936. Guys, I'm impressed. Do you have pictures of those cameras?

Avotius, I love your Kodak 3A. And what great pictures you made!!

The oldest camera I own and use (I've shot with it today) is a Leica III from 1935. Wonderful camera, more accurate than my M2, so easy to focus with. I gave it a Color Skopar to play with.

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Wonderful pics, guys!

@Wayne: Gosh, these cams are old! Great that you still use them!
@Avotius: What a nice camera! (And fantastic photos!)

My oldest camera is a Dehel - Demaria Fréres (4,5x6) from 1941 with a Demaria 4.5/75 lens

And it still works well!
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It is a fed 1b I'll take a picture and post tomorrow, I'm suprised Jay does not have an earlier, my serial is 55xxx, Jay will tell me I'm wrong on date? It does need a hood.

Finding a photo it took involves loading it with film and taking film to mini lab, I know the last film it had was FP4 but the cassette is in a bag of other FP4s... the film was removed on the 12th May.

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I use my old cameras. My oldest is probably 1910's??? The Korona-View 4x5. I'm not sure exactly how old it is, maybe even 1920's???

If that's not the oldest, possible my oldest usable one is the Zeiss Nettar 515, or the Leica Standard, 1930's cameras.
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I got my old camera from a really old relative named Fred...

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Here is a picture of my oldest camera...
Fantastic images from that old Kodak which is in amazing condition!

I've got an original Rolleiflex (circa 1928) which is probably my oldest camera. Will put some film through it soon, when I'm finished putting it back together...
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The oldest camera that I use is a Kodak 3A with 120 film but my pictures don't look like Avotius'. He has inspired me to put some color film through it and to take more pictures, those are great. I also have a #4 cartridge Kodak from before '07 but have not found a sheet film back or current 104 film, it does work though. Most of what I use is from the 30's to the 50's 645 folders or FSU 35mm.
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The oldest camera that I use is a Kodak 3A with 120 film but my pictures don't look like Avotius'. He has inspired me to put some color film through it and to take more pictures, those are great. I also have a #4 cartridge Kodak from before '07 but have not found a sheet film back or current 104 film, it does work though. Most of what I use is from the 30's to the 50's 645 folders or FSU 35mm.
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thanks a lot, the old kodak still has some life in it yet, just be sure to use a red filter or a polarizer (I just held it in front of the lens).

One question though, I never thought to accessorize my kodak, are you telling me that somewhere out there I might be able to find a back for this camera that would allow me to shoot 4x5 sheet film? if that is so I think im going to have a heart attack, I have been trying to figure out how to get this thing to do that for a while now
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