Film camera from the 1950s!
Because we can’t speak english
I am using DeepL translate, so it may be a strange sentence,
but I would like you to understand
From the products on sale at our vintage shop Japan Inc,
more than half a century ago
Introducing a film camera made in the 1950s.
This is a camera that has appeared in the column before, but I will introduce it again.
Released in 1954
Hachiyo Opt Alpenflex OrientⅡ(twin-lens reflex)
Released in 1954
Hachiyo Opt Alpenflex Orient Ⅲ (twin-lens reflex)
Both cameras are twin-lens reflex cameras manufactured by Yachiyo Optical Industries.
Click here for a column about twin-lens reflex cameras.↓
Type II and Type III Almost the same appearance and function.
This is the vintage appearance.
The film used is Brownie 120.
We have not tested the operation with the film in it.
You can fix it up and use it, or you can use it for interior decoration!
It is a twin-lens reflex camera that you will want to own anyway.
Minolta SR-1 Film Camera+MC ROKKOR-PF 55mm f/1.7 MF（SLR）
Minolta’s second SLR camera was the SR-1.
Click here for a column about SLR cameras ↓.
This is another SLR with plenty of presence.
The film will be 35mm film.
Camera body is normally used and has some scuffs and scratches.
The viewfinder has dust.
Attached lenses are.
The front lens is slightly cloudy and the rear lens shows some mildew.
The focus ring is heavy and there is oil staining on the aperture feather.
We are selling it in this condition.
If you are interested, please come by!
And enjoy the vintage world!
This time, we introduced a film camera released in the 1950s.
We will continue to shine the spotlight on each generation, so please look forward to it!
In addition to the cameras introduced this time,
We sell vintage cameras, lenses, etc.
Please see the URL below.
Cameras & Lenses
Acoustics and others
Vintage Shop Japan Inc. Official Website
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Writer Takashi Okumura