Rent Still Cameras 1930-1960

Production Props pricing is flexible and packages can be created to fit your budget.
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All of these props are REAL pieces of GENUINE NAME BRAND EQUIPMENT. These are NOT MODELS OR "MOCK UPS." None of the camera, microphone, rack mounted or table top electronic props are rented as functional gear for production, but are set up as PROPS.

PLEASE NOTE: All items are rental props. They are NOT FOR SALE.

  
UMC Spartus Press Flash Still Camera Prop, #C242

Marketed from 1939 to 1950 under various names, the Spartus Press flash was the first camera with a built in flash.


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Mamiya Camera Prop, #C203

dual lens camera with flash as shown


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Leica M3 35mm Prop Camera, #C17

The Leica M3 is a 35 mm rangefinder camera by Leica AG, introduced in 1954. The M3 introduced several features to the Leica, among them the combination of viewfinder and rangefinder in one bright window, like on the Contax II, and a bayonet lens mount. It was the most successful model of the M series, with over 220,000 units sold by the time production of the M3 model ended in 1966.


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Deardorff wooden 8 x 10 view camera, #C201

with lens board as shown. Antique tripod available.


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Linhof 4x5 View Camera Prop, #C202

with plastic 4x5 sheet film holder


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Speed Graphic 4x5 Camera Prop, #C210

The Speed Graphic 4x5 camera was the standard press camera from the 1940's through the 50's, and into the 60's. The 1942-1954 Pulitzer Prizes for photography were taken with Speed Graphic cameras.


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Speed Graphic 4x5 Camera Prop, #C211

The Speed Graphic 4x5 camera was the standard press camera from the 1940's through the 50's, and into the 60's. The 1942-1954 Pulitzer Prizes for photography were taken with Speed Graphic cameras.


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Speed Graphic 2.25 x 3.25 Camera Prop, #C220

The Speed Graphic 2.25 x 3.25 camera, made by Graflex, was produced between 1946 and 1955. It uses 120 roll film and has a side-mounted rangefinder. This prop includes the "23" Graphic 120 roll holder.


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Ikoflex twin lens reflex camera prop #C230

This camera was made by Zeiss Ikon from 1956 to 1958. Many similar models were made between 1939 and 1960. This prop camera comes with a leather case and strap.


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Ikoflex twin lens reflex camera prop #C231

This camera was made by Zeiss Ikon from 1956 to 1958. Many similar models were made between 1939 and 1960.


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Rolleiflex Automat Twim Lens Reflex Camera Prop #C240

The Rolleiflex TLR film cameras were notable for their compact size, reduced weight, superior optics, durable and simple mechanics and bright viewfinders. They were popular and widely imitated, serving as the pattern for a whole class of mass-market cameras. This particular model won the Grand Prix award at the Paris World's Fair in 1937. It includes a leather case.


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Rolleiflex Baby 4x4 Twin Lens Reflex Camera Prop #C241

This Rolleiflex Baby 4x4 used 127 film and was made between 1963 and 1968.


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