70 years old and it still looks like new, this is an Eastman Kodak Company Eye-Level Tripod made in the '40s or earlier. Rigid and lightweight, it has just 2 or 3 scuff marks that are hard to notice otherwise the finish is beautiful and it looks like it left Rochester yesterday. Every part is machined and polished except the rubber tips which are still whole and solid. Hidden underneath the head is the 3/8"-16 tripod screw adapter to fit the older, mostly-European larger standard. It weighs 2lbs, is 23" long folded and extends to 58". Nice find if you're a collector but it's a match for any fancy-schmancy carbon fiber modern tripod.