FREE: Vintage Kodak Party Time Instant Film Camera

Vintage Kodak Party Time Instant Film Camera
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The listing, Vintage Kodak Party Time Instant Film Camera has ended.

Ok.....the mass sell-off of my world famous camera collection continues. Next up is:

Vintage Kodak Party Time Instant Film Camera.
Comes with the ORIGINAL manual.

This operated just like a that you got your printed picture right there on the spot.'s the story (shortened). Kodak wanted to get into the Instant Film market to compete with Polaroid. Uh Oh...Polaroid's got a serious case of the red butt (I can't say red a**, because Listia would have a case of the red butt at ME). Polaroid hired 84,000 lawyers and sued the daylights out of Kodak. Kodak ran for the hills like a wounded banshee rooster. Naturally, Polaroid won the case. Kodak was ordered to buy back all the Instant Cameras they had sold, or, give the consumer credit towards a new Kodak camera of a different type. They had to pull all of these off the shelves. Kodak took a MAJOR hit on this!

Here's the part you should pay close attention to. The VAST majority of these Kodak Instant Cameras are permanant residents at local dumps across the country. There just aren't that many still around. People threw them away right & CANNOT get film for them. It doesn't exist. Polaroid film will not work in these.

Why am I bothering to tell you this? HANG ONTO THESE! We're talking EXTREME collector's items.
I've had these (I have 5 different models) for about 30 years. You hang onto it for another 20-30 years and you've got a little goldmine.

Nice condition for it's age. No bad damage!

Yes, it takes batteries, but why mention it when you'll never be taking any pictures with it.

5 1/2" X 6 1/2"

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Questions & Comments
do you mind if I ask why you are getting rid of your collection on here, instead of keeping it or selling the items? just wondering, you have a lot of cool cameras!
Aug 3rd, 2010 at 3:43:08 PM PDT by
No, I don't mind. When I first started listing the cameras on Listia I explained what I was doing....but that was a couple of months ago. I collected cameras since the 50s. All kinds, including 8mm and 16mm movie cameras and projectors. Being a lifelong collector, you can only imagine how many I accumulated. I was also a professional photographer for about 20 years. When I retired a couple of years ago we bought a much smaller simply have no space any more. They had to go...much to the elation of my wife. I sold off all the high-dollar equipment, and the rest I've just been offering on Listia. Let someone else enjoy them now. If not, when I croak, the family would just sell them all at a yard sale for next to nothing. Which is ok, actually...I'd just rather do this. The only cameras I'm keeping are the Polaroids. I have an extensive collection of those, and they can go to the grave with me. Ha! you know.
Aug 3rd, 2010 at 7:44:42 PM PDT by

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