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    For free: Kodak disk 4000 camera

    You may take it for free + shipping either in Germany or EU.

    I know nothing about this camera and don't want to keep at home.
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    OM-1n: Do I need to own a Leica?
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    PM sent , address on the way.

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    i was going to suggest seeing how far into a lake you could skip it, like a flat stone, but Umut wants it, so that's fine too.

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    What is a disk camera?
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    A range of cameras taking a disc-shaped sheet film, which is rotated to allow 8x11mm exposures positioned on it in a circular manner. Thus allowing to built a very flat camera. Quite popular for a short time.

    A system designed by Kodak and taken over by a few other manufacturers. Only two manufacturers made film.

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    But compared to a Minox EC (which takes the same image size) it is huge.

    (But it got an inbuilt flashlight.)
    Last edited by AgX; 09-19-2014 at 03:47 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    I was bidding for Rollei E27 flash(cheeky but extremely long recycling times) esp., for the sync-cable with Rollei lock and won that for Euro 2.50 but the seller put this camera along with two un-used camera straps, EOS body and lens caps, maps of the town and two post-cards.

    * I have no idea about the disc-camera, but on pressing shutter it makes horrible noise.
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    Mustafa want it but shipping cost will be close to Euro 10. :-(
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    Quote Originally Posted by baachitraka View Post
    * I have no idea about the disc-camera, but on pressing shutter it makes horrible noise.
    All disc cameras are motorized. Most with inbuilt, non-exchangable batteries, others with standard ones.

    The sound you hear most probably comes from the advance mechanism running without a disk inserted. (But I would have to check that with my samples.)

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