Offered here is a very nice looking Kodak Medalist 620 6×9 film camera. I’m not familiar with the operation of this camera, other that I tested the shutter and it worked, then after I could not get it to fire again. The viewfinder looks clear and I was able to test the rangefinder which seemed to be very close to the distance dial on the top. No other testing was done. There are two film take-up spools inside the camera. Of note, there are some numbers engraved on the case just below the film wind knob. Not terribly noticeable, but worth mentioning. From what I’ve read about them, this camera takes 620 film (120 film on a different spool) and that film is available at specialty retailers, or you can learn to roll 120 film onto the 620 Reels. Looks like some minor dust specks in the front of the lens, but otherwise no haze or scratches. Great piece of 1940’s-50’s engineering from the folks at Kodak! So, all that said, I’m offering this camera as-is, as-described for parts or service or repair. It’s pretty old, but in very nice cosmetic condition. The item “Kodak Medalist Rangefinder 6X9 Camera 620 Looks Nice Needs Service” is in sale since Sunday, April 15, 2018. This item is in the category “Cameras & Photo\Vintage Movie & Photography\Vintage Cameras\Rangefinder Cameras”. The seller is “54wrs” and is located in Gig Harbor, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Brand: Kodak
- Color: Black / Silver
- Model: Medalist
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Bundle Listing: No