Yashica
Rapide

Japan 1961 – Compact – 35 mm (half frame) – Rare. The Yashica Rapid is a distinctive half-frame viewfinder camera featuring an elegant and atypical vertical design, a hallmark of the innovative approaches seen in Japanese cameras of the 1960s. Half-frame cameras employ a film format that is half the size of the standard exposure … Read moreYashica
Rapide

Agfa
Flexilette

Germany 1960 – TLR – 35 mm – Infrequent. The Flexilette (also sold as the Agfa Reflex) is a very unusual TLR camera produced by Agfa in 1960. The body is similar to a conventional 35 mm viewfinder camera but made a little taller with the extra lens and viewfinder grafted on. Both lenses are … Read moreAgfa
Flexilette

Hasselblad
500 C – 68/99

Sweden 1963 – Reflex SLR – 120 film – Infrequent. Few cameras can claim to be icons of generations more than the Swedish-born Hasselblad 500 C. With multiple prototypes in the works in 1953, the final Hasselblad 500 C was launched in 1957. Modified throughout the years, the 500 series cameras represent the pinnacle of … Read moreHasselblad
500 C – 68/99

Panon
Widelux F6 – 62/99

Japan 1964 – Panoramic – 35 mm – Very Rare. The Widelux F6 is a fully mechanical swing-lens panoramic camera. It was first developed in Japan in 1958 by Panon Camera Shoko and production ended in 2000. The Widelux uses a unique process to create almost 130 degree panoramic exposures on standard 35 mm or … Read morePanon
Widelux F6 – 62/99

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Various USSR
Leica 2

USSR 1950 – Compact – 35 mm – Common. Leicas are exclusive devices that forged the very concept of the modern camera through quality and innovation.  For years a large part of the industry tried to produce alternatives (or imitations) with equivalent features at a much more accessible price point. Imitations range from cameras “inspired by … Read moreVarious USSR
Leica 2

Nikon
Nikon F – 40/99

Japan 1961 – Compact – 35 mm – Rare. The Nikon F, introduced in April 1959, was Nikon’s first SLR (Single Lens Reflex) camera and one of the most advanced cameras of its day. Camera of choice for most photojournalists across the globe, very few cameras scream adventure and travel as much as the Nikon … Read moreNikon
Nikon F – 40/99

Kodak
Brownie Starlet – 24/99

United States 1960 – Compact – 127 film – Common. The Brownie Starlet, a plastic, fixed-focus camera, was manufactured en masse by Kodak starting from 1957, serving as a prominent member of the successful Star series. Although the Starlet might have been a common and budget-friendly option, its endearing appeal endures, making it one of … Read moreKodak
Brownie Starlet – 24/99