Shop by Film Format
Results in Kodak Vintage Movie Camera
1-25 of 107
New listingVintage Kodak Brownie 8mm Movie Cine Camera II - Cased & WorkingThe clockwork motor runs, and the camera is in good cosmetic condition, although the lens has some fungal threading, so would benefit from a clean. The case has some dust and grubbiness to the internal surface, and one of the strap loops is ripped.£7.99Brand: Kodak£3.50 postage
Vintage Kodak Brownie 8mm Movie Camera II, Wind Up Film CameraA very retro Kodak "Brownie Movie Camera II" wind-up film camera which takes the 8mm film format. A few signs of age, scuffs and marks at edges and corners but in good overall condition. Winds up and seems to function correctly when you press the button, but I cannot test with film, so being sold "as is" for spares / repairs / prop / display item.£10.99Brand: Kodak£3.25 postage
16mm Cine-Kodak, Brown Model B f.1.9In good condition£59.99Brand: Kodak£8.99 postage
Kodak Instamatic M4 Super 8 Movie Camera With CaseKodak Instamatic M4 Super 8 Movie Camera with case - 1960's 13//1.8 Kodak ektanar Good condition, untested.£10.00Brand: Kodak£3.00 postage
KODAK BROWNIE 8 Movie Camera F/2.7 Classic Retro VintageThis simple, inexpensive 8mm. Then just aim and shoot, for brilliant colour movies. Loading the 8mm. film is simple and positive, too due to the recessed film-guide channel. The fast f/2.7 13mm. Kodak Ektanar Lens has a continuously variable diaphragm.£5.000 bids£4.00 postageEnding Today at 9:31PM BST14h 44mBrand: Kodak
kodak super 8 filmKodak Super 8 cartridge. Rare Tri X reversal stock. Box has never been opened and is still sealed.£10.504 bids£2.79 postageEnding Sunday at 5:25PM BST1d 10hBrand: Kodak
Vintage Cine Kodak camera and case. Offers considered.Vintage / Antique Kodak Cine Camera Excellent condition for age Not tested Please see my other cameras listed£85.00Brand: KodakFree postage
1920's Kodak Cine Model B.A nice antique cine camera. It seems to be complete apart from a small plate on the back which is absent. The winder works and the camera runs but I have no film to test it properly. It has a "portrait attachment" for close-ups.£11.500 bids£6.90 postageEnding Sunday at 7:31PM BST1d 12hBrand: Kodak
VINTAGE KODAK BROWNIE MOVIE CAMERA IN LEATHER CARRY CASEAttic find. Seems to be in a good condition. I don't know if it works, as I don't know how to work it.£9.500 bids£3.00 postageEnding 1 May at 3:57PM BST2d 9hBrand: Kodak
New listingVintage 70's KODAK camera bagThis is an original 70's Kodak camera bag. It has a zip opened and a pocket at the front. The strap is over the shoulder and long enough to use as a cross body bag. It has been used but is in great condition. I've used it for my camera and as a cross over bag.£5.00Brand: Kodak£3.50 postage
VINTAGE KODAK 8 MOVIE CAMERA IN LEATHER CASEStatus as on picture.£0.990 bids£4.99 postageEnding 3 May at 7:16AM BST4dBrand: Kodak
Vintage German Kodak Magazin Cine Movie 16mm Camera 25mm F1.9 Anastigmat Lens25mm F1.9 Anastigmat Lens. German Kodak Magazin Cine Movie 16. All information on the camera itself is fully German. Appears to function for camera speed 8 - 64.£34.99Brand: KodakFAST & FREE
Cine Kodak Model B 16mm Cine Camera In Working OrderIt has some rust and oxidisation on exposed metal surfaces. There is some dust etc, in the viewfinder. It is supplied with a 100ft take-up spool, instructions, spare drive belt, and its original case.£40.00Brand: Kodak£6.00 postage
VINTAGE KODAK 8 MOVIE CAMERA IN LEATHER CASE WORKINGIt is in great condition. It winds up and runs smoothly.£9.99Brand: Kodak£3.35 postage
Kodak. 8m movie camera with caseA nice old Kodak 8 mm movie camera. Good condition. With case. See pictures good luck.£12.00Brand: Kodak£3.00 postage
Kodak M4 Instamatic Movie Camera With Solid Carry Case Ektanar 13mm F/1.8 LensKodak M4 Instamatic Movie Camera. Comes With Solid Carry Case. Ektanar 13mm F/1.8 Lens. Condition: Item(s) Donated - see photo's - used item - shows signs of use - marks and scratches - untested.£5.001 bid£3.25 postageEnding 2 May at 8:26PM BST3d 13hBrand: Kodak
Vintage Kodak Brownie 8 Movie Camera (8mm), Wind Up Film Camera, Spares RepairsA very retro Kodak "Brownie 8 Movie Camera" wind-up film camera which takes the 8mm film format. Not working - does not wind up or operate at present, and so being sold "as is" for spares / repairs / prop / display item.£10.99Brand: KodakFree postage
Vintage Kodak "XL33" Super 8mm Film Movie Camera in Original Box & Case, Faulty?In good cosmetic condition, but I think it has a fault. I put batteries in it and it did something but doesn't quite sound right.£11.99Brand: KodakWas: Previous price£15.99Free postage
CINE KODAK EIGHT 8mm CINE CAMERA MODEL 20 with Case and InstructionsCINE KODAK EIGHT 8mm CINE CAMERA MODEL 20. with Case and Instructions.£4.990 bids£3.90 postageEnding 4 May at 9:30PM BST5d 14hBrand: Kodak
Vintage Kodak M4 Instamatic Movie Camera + Case Good Working ConditionThis camera looks in very good condition. The motor works and it has a very nice Kodak original hard case, making it well protected. Great item for collectors, display or use.£4.99Brand: Kodak£3.95 postage
kodak super 8 filmKodak Super 8 cartridge. Kodachrome 40 Type A. This has been in the pocket of a camera case stored in a bedroom cupboard.£5.000 bids£2.79 postageEnding Sunday at 6:20PM BST1d 11hBrand: Kodak
Boxed Vintage Kodak Brownie 8mm Movie CameraIt's in mint - condition and is in good working order, it comes with its original box which means it would make a stunning display camera or you can still use it if you are more adventurous.£17.50Brand: Kodak£3.30 postage
KODAK XL33 SUPER 8 CINE CAMERA. NOT WORKING : FAULTY.THIS IS A KODAK XL33 SUPER 8 CINE CAMERA. SOLD AS FAULTY. NOT WORKING. WILL NOT POWER UP AND. ~ KODAK ~.£4.50Brand: Kodak£5.00 postage
Cine-Kodak medallion 1957 8 camera. Bell & Howell 1958 one nine 8mm cine cameraThere are TWO cameras as a bundle. Cine-Kodak medallion 8 and a Bell & Howell one nine 8mm cine-camera with light meter. Both from the fifties. I have checked them,both work.Fair condition.£8.00Brand: Kodak£12.50 postage
Kodak Brownie 8mm winding movie camera boxed, canvas bag & leather case VGCIt is boxed, with a brown canvas carry bag and leather protective case. I have for sale a retro 1960's collectable KODAKBROWNIE MOVIE CAMERA MODEL 2. It appears to work, it winds up and operates when the button on the front is pressed, it hasn't been tested with film.£19.99Brand: KodakFree postage
Got one to sell?
Get it in front of 17+ million UK buyers.
You may also like
Kodak Vintage Movie Camera
The first 16mm home movie cameras were introduced to the market in the 1920s, then in the 1930s came the introduction of colour film and 8mm. For collectors, these early movie cameras remain treasured possessions and not only can they still be used to record reliable home videos, they can also still be used professionally, with the right amount of skill.
Perhaps the most famous Kodak vintage camera is the Brownie , various models of which were produced between 1920 and 1965 and all of which are now considered vintage and highly collectible.
Why collect vintage cameras?
For many photographers, the attraction of a vintage camera is the relationships between skills and outcome. These cameras rely on manually winding film and knowing how to make optimal use of light and settings. Nothing is automated, so when you view your home movies you have the satisfaction of knowing that the outcome is entirely your own.
Many collectors also enjoy the visual appearance of a vintage movie camera, which varies greatly from model to model. Modern equivalents may have unique features but they all share similarities in external appearance, whereas some of the vintage models are truly unique and the external casing may be leather or metal instead of the more common hardwearing plastics we see on modern models.
Kodak vintage movie cameras are available in 8mm, 16mm and Super 8 (8mm), with the Super8 being the most 'modern' of the vintage brands. This was introduced in 1965 and was the format that brought home movie making to the masses. For the first time cartridge loading films were available so the film didn't have to manually threaded and the cartridge was plastic and resisted jamming. It wasn't until 1973 that film was made for the Super8 that allowed sound to be recorded as well as image though - prior to that all home movies were silent.
Whether you use the cameras or simply collect them to display there is no doubt that vintage cameras remain in demand.