Dating argus cameras

By the way, a Chevy Vega car on the same episode was ,438. Exposure metering is through the lens and is automatic or manual. Mine appears to be in excellent cosmetic and working condition.

Rangefinderless M's are listed together at the end of the page.(1973-1974) (Large, With Handle) Compact, Super 8 cartridge, silent movie camera.Argus was an American camera manufacturer that started in 1936 as a subsidiary of International Radio Corporation. Cosina is a Japanese company that started in 1959 making lenses and later cameras.I've been to too many antiques shows and seen just way too many Brownies, Instamatics, and broken folders stacked up to the ceiling and worth their weight in scrap metal.To me, the notion of a "quality Kodak camera" is an oxymoron.Schneider, "Pocket Super-8s: Pocket Movie Cameras You Won't Leave At Home," Popular Electronics, pages 130-133 (December 1973) discusses the Argus Cosina 735 and several other "pocket" sized movie cameras. Pretty reasonable, until you consider that 9.95 in 1973 has the same buying power as

Rangefinderless M's are listed together at the end of the page.

(1973-1974) (Large, With Handle) Compact, Super 8 cartridge, silent movie camera.

Argus was an American camera manufacturer that started in 1936 as a subsidiary of International Radio Corporation. Cosina is a Japanese company that started in 1959 making lenses and later cameras.

I've been to too many antiques shows and seen just way too many Brownies, Instamatics, and broken folders stacked up to the ceiling and worth their weight in scrap metal.

To me, the notion of a "quality Kodak camera" is an oxymoron.

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Rangefinderless M's are listed together at the end of the page.(1973-1974) (Large, With Handle) Compact, Super 8 cartridge, silent movie camera.Argus was an American camera manufacturer that started in 1936 as a subsidiary of International Radio Corporation. Cosina is a Japanese company that started in 1959 making lenses and later cameras.I've been to too many antiques shows and seen just way too many Brownies, Instamatics, and broken folders stacked up to the ceiling and worth their weight in scrap metal.To me, the notion of a "quality Kodak camera" is an oxymoron.Schneider, "Pocket Super-8s: Pocket Movie Cameras You Won't Leave At Home," Popular Electronics, pages 130-133 (December 1973) discusses the Argus Cosina 735 and several other "pocket" sized movie cameras. Pretty reasonable, until you consider that $239.95 in 1973 has the same buying power as $1,169.11 in 2009.

,169.11 in 2009.

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