$65

Vivitar 94P Super 8 Movie Camera (#260) $65
Attention antique photography or camera buffscheck it out!!!!
You are looking at a vintage 1970 Vivitar Super 8 movie camera, model 94P with a professional black finish, manufactured by Vivitar Corporation. Vivitar was founded in 1936 in Los Angeles, California, USA by Max Ponder and John Best as a distributor of photographic products. Over the years Vivitar became a computer technology company that manufactured digital cameras, digital video recorders, and webcams with factories worldwide.
Vivitar quickly built a reputation for good quality products with reasonable pricing and the 94P movie camera was very well received in its time. This camera comes with the original box, instruction book, introduction flyer, owners purchase record, dealers sales record, and certificate of warranty and service certificate. It has its initial lens cover and AC rechargeable adapter. It is in excellent condition for its age and it shows very well.
With this vintage piece decor, you get a taste of the yesteryears and you will appreciate how movies were taken in the past. These types of movie cameras are scarce and becoming harder to find especially in good working condition. This would make a great gift for an antique photography or camera enthusiast or it can make a nice display in any office or shop or a media room. This is truly a collectors item.
Dont miss out, another impressive addition and a must have for any camera collection.
Particulars

Item: Vivitar Super 8 Movie Camera

Manufacturer: Vivitar Corporation

Part#: 94P

Made in: Japan

Model#: 01-3125

Serial#: 417413

Manufactured: 1970

Measurements: 9 long x 3

height (not including handle) x 2 wide

Weight: 2 lb, 4.9 oz.

Power source: 4 x AA 1.5V batteries

Your price: $65
For more information please contact me.
George


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