Anyone interested in photography/vintage cameras?

I was wondering if anyone might know how much these cameras might be worth??

Kodak Brownie Six-20 Model C

Ensign All Distance Pocket Model No 2

Thanks!!

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not much really. anywhere from £5-30 on ebay.

They are more for display now. The Kodak has a buy it now for £4.99 on ebay right now.

i love photography!! however dont know much about worth im afraid...maybe you could pop into camera shops (not jessops n alike.. but 'family' owned looking ones..argh you know what i mean)....as there would/should be people in there that know more.

As mrplay stated they are on ebay, so mb people can sell then..just mb not for alot.. might be better keeping.

i must also say, those are really nice looking cameras! good luck with whatever you do with them.

Yea, not a lot im afraid, although the folding one is an awesome camera!

Before you sell, i urge you to get a 120 film and put it through them. These sort of cameras have a unique look about the photos they produce, sometimes striking.

]Box Brownie


You'll get something for them though, the whole 'lomo' thing is taking off big time and lots of people are moving back to film. A decent 120 negative is better quality than a digital image

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Yea, not a lot im afraid, although the folding one is an awesome … Yea, not a lot im afraid, although the folding one is an awesome camera!Before you sell, i urge you to get a 120 film and put it through them. These sort of cameras have a unique look about the photos they produce, sometimes striking.]Box BrownieYou'll get something for them though, the whole 'lomo' thing is taking off big time and lots of people are moving back to film. A decent 120 negative is better quality than a digital image



True...i might give it a shot and see what it's like. It used to belong to my grandad so I didn't really want to get rid of it, just wondered if they were valuable now...

Not valuable per say in price, but, like they say, they don't make 'em like they used to.

i love using film!.. processing it all is so much fun. I miss being able to do it all. Twas so exciting not knowing what your pictures would turn out like etc...

Have you ever made a pin hole camera jonster? i had loads of fun with that..

like i mentioned ealier..id probably keep it, sentimental.

Pinhole cameras are ace! I used to use photographic paper in mine, unload at home under red light, then take in to uni to develop in the darkroom. Always amused me that the quality was better than my phones camera (altho, i had a rubbish phone...)

Just bought a Flexaret IV, its possible the most beautiful camera i own

yes, i had photographic paper in mine..made it out of a tin chocolate box! talk about blue peter stylie! was so much fun.. and yes i agree the pictures were amazing, i wasnt expecting it at all. this was a few years ago now. i havent had the chance to work in a dark room since college, i really miss it.

..A Flexaret IV? nice. i dont have an old old camera, only a Pentax ME super. i would really love the kind mentioned above. But at the moment i dont have alot of time to mess. sadly.

Yea, i miss the darkroom enviroment was such fun! I like using traditional cameras, it slows the whole process down, makes it a lot more cathartic!

Although, I do love digital at 5fps....

[url]www.mx2.com[/url] for cheap film btw

yeh.. i have a range of different cameras. depends on my mood. but havent done anything film wise for ages.

good link cheers.
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