This listing is for a vintage 1930's Cine Kodak Model K 16mm movie film camera in good working condition. The motor winds and runs smoothly and includes a 100' metal take-up spool. The lens (25mm f1.9 Ektar) is clean and clear and has fully adjustable aperture settings. NOTE: the flip-up viewfinder on the front above the lens has been bent and the viewfinder glass is partly missing. It can still be used for composing/framing all the same. There is also a small ground glass viewfinder built into the top of the camera for composing/framing. The Model K has has a very useful 'Half-Speed' button which, when depressed while running, slows the shutter by 50%, giving each frame twice as much exposure--very useful for low-light conditions, etc.
Cosmetically, the leather-covering on the metal body has various tears and scuffs (see all photos). There is a tripod socket on the base. Put some 16mm film in and you're ready to make serious movies with a genuine 1930's old-school feel and look! A superb working collectible 16mm movie camera!