Illuminated Octagon Accordion Camera
A vintage Kodak box camera (circa 1932-36) with a collapsible accordion-style mounting for the octagonal shaped lens - a striking art deco touch. It is illuminated with dual Edison bulbs on either side, and sits on a sturdy wooden tripod.
This attractive piece is fully dimmable, with lighting controlled via brass knob on the rear of the camera - from barely visible to cheerily bright. It features two 25w candelabra-style Edison Bulbs.
This camera sold for $40 when new in 1932. That's more than $700 in today's dollars!
Our Edison bulbs are custom-made for Illuminated Objects, and have a slight amber hue and a subtle mirrored finish. They are rated to last 3,000 hrs., and considerably more if dimmed at all. Never worry about replacements - we have thousands, and they are available for a mere $5 each.
All electrical materials used are UL, CE, and/or CCC approved, and the entire unit has been thoroughly tested for safety, reliability and soundness.
Your satisfaction ensured: Should this piece ever require servicing apart from bulb replacement, accident, or misuse, we will promptly set things right to your satisfaction at no charge save shipping.