Vintage Imperial Satellite 127 Flash Camera - Light Blue with Dark Blue Flash, Shutter Button and Film Advance - Beautiful Camera!
This camera comes with a blue flash and blue bulb - non working - for display only -
*** This camera has been cleaned and hand polished*** It is free from stains, residue and I promise it will not smell like an ashtray***
The Imperial Satellite 127 Flash was made in Chicago by Herbert George. It took 4x4 cm images on 127 film. The Satellite 127 has a switch for Color vs. B&W
Like many Imperial cameras, it was made of plastic and available in several colors. Examples have been observed in red, light blue, gray, black, tan and green. There were also variants with different face plates.
The design is very basic, having fixed focus, one shutter speed and a single aperture; although it was (of course) available with a flash unit. It uses an eye-level viewfinder and has a handy neck strap attached to the sides of the camera's body.
This camera looks great on a shelf with black and white photos. This is a light blue camera with a dark blue flash and in very nice condition.
Please zoom all photos - this camera is plastic and has light wear / swirls / imperfections and good color :)
There are some small flaws in the finish, it is however... Plastic... so please look closely at the pictures.
The front top left corner of the camera today shows wear as does the front top corner of the flash - see / zoom all photos -
For 1950s - it displays beautifully and it is a great color combination.
Condition: This camera is in great shape with no cracks or major damage. The view finders are in place, the shutter button depresses and fires, camera strap is in place with no dry rot. This looks like a great plastic art deco camera from the 1950s.
Sold as is - non working condition - for display only
Sold as is - no returns - no shipping to Hawaii, Alaska or Puerto Rico - Sorry :(
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