Tuesday, June 21, 2011

SMILE for my 'new' camera

SMILE!!
Look what I found last week!!
This wonderful old Kodak camera is like new.
It did not even have any dust on it.


all the accessories were there.
(Anyone know what the silver pointy thing is for??)
and it came in this beat up old case.
What a great surprise to open it and find this wonderful treasure.
More reason to smile??
My computer is working again, at least temporarily.
If it goes berserk again, means I will have to get a new one.

Sweet blessings friends

barbara jean

12 comments:

shannon i olson said...

I love that camera! fantastic find

Becky J Stephens said...

Glad to see that your computer is working again. Looking forward to the sale this weekend. The weather is supposed to be great. See you then!

BronwynB said...

What a great find. Glad you're back online. I feel like I am minus an appendage when my computer is down.

Okio B Designs said...

What a GREAT find! I love vintage cameras!!!!

Jeanine

Crystal said...

What an amazing camera!!! It's so awesome! Hope your pc holds out a little longer!

Jane said...

Hi Barbara Jean,
LOVE the old camera! The old cameras really have such a cool look to them.
I like your finds in the previous post too....especially the clock.
Sorry you were having computer problems.
Jane

Rebecca said...

OK...how cool is this!
Blessings
Rebecca

kpaints said...

That is an extension for the plunger that takes a picture. That way the photographer can step to the side to take a picture...like taking kids pictures..getting their attention. My ex father in law was a professional photographer.

Ido said...

That is a neat camera, I wonder how much you paid for it, I saw some last weekend at a store and they were expensive, about $2000 each one, wow!
Have a wonderful day!
XXX ido

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh, I love it!!! I just bought a vintage camera too!!!
XO
Cindy

A Cottage Muse said...

Great find...the case is fabulous!

Yvan B. said...

The "silver pointy thing" is a stylus for writing annotations on the space between the frames.

Have a look at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autographic and http://www.vintagephoto.tv/vanitykodak.shtml .