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                                                         Dekko - Bakelite- Standard Model 1935 - 7 standard models       Eumig Model C 39
 Campro Camera and Projector            Dekko - Model 104                                                                  Eumig - Bakelite - Model C1 - 1931 2 cameras
                                                         Dekko - Model 104 De Luxe 
                                                         Dekko - Model De Lux 1939
                                          

 

 

 

 

 

 

Campro Cine camera and Projector - Type 1 - 9,5 mm - 1935
The camera is fitted with a separate detachable converter lens for projection. The Campro projector is built to run off a 7,5 v dry battery or on Campro transformer to use off the mains. The socket for plug in the battery is fitted on the body side.
The features:
- Winding handle for clockwork motor (one full wind of the motor is sufficient to expose the full 30 ft of film;
- The footage indicator and reset for footage indicator;
- Start and stop button;
- The claw control knob;
- Knob on a front side for adjustment the Lens to position: project, dull and bright;
In the loading chamber are:
- Projection bracket;
- Rewind crank socket;
- the lamp bracket with a lamp adjustment (no lamp in our camera).
The projecting pictures are 3 ft.
Made in England by Home Cine Cameras LTD London.
Serial production number: No 27744

 

9,5mm Campro No2744 (3), 12% for web2
9,5mm Campro No2744 (3), 12% for web

 

 

 

 

 

Dekko - Bakelite- Standard Model - 1935
Made in England by Dekko Cameras Ltd. Slough, Bucks.
The name ‘Dekko’ was chosen from the old British slang, what had meant - ‘have a look’.
The body is made from Bakelite with metal parts chromium plated;
The camera features:
Right side of the camera:
- At the right top corner is the window of the film footage indicator. The dial, which reads in feet from zero to 30, is gear driven, and revolves against a small pointer at the foot of the window, indicating the amount of film which has been used. The indicator can be adjust to zero by means of the resetting knob beneath it.
- slotted restart knob which is used to ease the film forward when loading, or for any reason to actuate the mechanism independently of the spring;
- Speed regulator for fast, slow motion and normal; Range of speeds from 8 to 64 fps;
- Nonrotating winding key;
Front of the camera:
- Direct viewfinder which is engraved to show the field covered by different lenses;
- Lens in our camera: Wray London Dekko 20 mm Anast.  No 24490  F 3,5; It is universal lens mount - so called because it confirms to the international B. & H. standard = C mount, which enables it to accommodate any one of a wide range of lenses, made by many manufacturers;
- Operating trigger;
- The Dekko selector is marked with 3 position B.T.I. - B for snapshots; T for continuous motion; I for single pictures and animation;
Back of the camera:
- A fixed viewfinder lens;
- The knurled catch screw - turned fully clockwise, it locks the camera door; turned fully anti-clockwise, it can be pressed down to release the door catch.
Base of the camera - built into a screwed boss to accommodate the normal English tripod screw.
Serial production number: No 8832.

The picture from ‘Amateur Cine World’ - February 1935 (in our collection) is showing all mechanism of the Dekko camera. It was given the description:
1. Strong, smooth, vibrationless motor ensuring rock-steady slow motion and even running at all speeds;
2. The large chromium-plated Winding key, of the nonrotating type facilities......;
3. Slotted Restart Knob, a turn of which, with the hand or a coin, readily engages the Film Feeding Claw when a new film has been fitted;
4. The Dekko Speed Regulator....;
5. The Dekko Selector....
 

 






Dekko 9,5 bakielite No 8832;10% for web








Dekko 9,5mm pict-'Amature Cine World'Feb1935,13%for web

 

 

 

 

 

Dekko - Bakelite- Standard Model - 1935
Made in England by Dekko Cameras Ltd, Slough, Bucks.
All features the same as above, except:
- Lens: Dekko Anastigmat-National Opt. Co. Leicester; f 2.8/25mm Telephoto lens: Dallmeyer Popular Telephoto No 208102; F/4, F=3’’
Serial production number: 6114.

 

Dekko 9,5 bakielite No6114;10% (2)for web

 

 

 

 

 

 Dekko - Bakelite- Standard Model - 1935
Made in England by Dekko Cameras Ltd, Slough, Bucks.
All features the same as above, except:
- Lens: Dallmeyer Triple  Anastigmat No 167815; F/2.9, F=1’’
The Pathex Cassette in the camera
Serial production number: 4077.

 

Dekko 9,5 bakielite No4077; 10% for web

 

 

 

 

 

 Dekko - Bakelite- Standard Model - 1935
Made in England by Dekko Cameras Ltd, Slough, Bucks.
All features the same as above, except:
Lens: Cine Lens Ross, London 130955, 1 in, F 1,9
The Pathex Cassette in the camera.
Serial production number: 1366.

 

Dekko 9,5 bakielite No 1366; 10 % for web

 

 

 

 

 

  Dekko - Bakelite- Standard Model
Made in England by Dekko Cameras Ltd, Slough, Bucks..
All features the same as above, except:
Lens: Dallmeyer   Anastigmat No 160175; F/3,5, F=20mm.
The Pathex Cassette in the camera
Serial production number: 1200.
 

 

 

Dekko 9,5 bakielite No 1200; 10%for web

 

 

 

 

 

Dekko - Bakelite- Standard Model - 1935
Made in England by Dekko Cameras Ltd, Slough, Bucks..
All features the same as above, except:
Lens: the camera is fitted with Cine Micrometer focusing lens - made by Ross London No 13512L; 1 in; F 1,9
Two instructions are included: 1. Original Dekko instruction; 2. A leaflet-instruction printed for shops. Our leaflet has the stamp of the shop, where originally the camera was sold. It was common for Chemist shops to have a Photographic Department.
  Dekko 9,5 No 6439 shop lifle stampedt; 8%
The Pathescope Ltd cassette - P type is in the camera.

Serial production number: 6439

 

Dekko 9,5 No 6439; 8%

 

 

 

 

 

Dekko - Bakelite- Standard Model - 1935
Made in England by Dekko Cameras Ltd, Slough, Bucks..
All features the same as above, except:
Lens: the camera is fitted with Cine Micrometer focusing lens Dallmeyer London No 177688; F/1.9, F=1 in.
The cassette - P type is in the camera.
The Pathescope exposure calculator is with the camera.
Serial production number: 6022
 

 

Dekko bakielite No 6022;8%

 

 

 

 

 

Dekko-Model  104 De Luxe - 1939 -1952
Made in England by Dekko Cameras Ltd, East Action, London.
A few features are different then above Bakelite cameras.
The body is an aluminium die-casting, finished in black, with metal parts chromium plated.
The viewfinder on the De Luxe Model is carried on a circular disc, which can be revolved, a mark on the disc moving against a graduated scale reading from left to right: 2, 3, 6, 12, inf. These figures represent distances in feet, and if the Camera is being trained on an object at, say, 6 feet from the lens the disc should be turned to this figure. The finder will then present the same view of the object as that recorded by the lens of the Camera at that range. This is known as parallax compensation.
The other feature are the same as in the Bakelite models.
Lens: Taylor_Hobson Cinar Leicester in our camera.
The Pathex Cassette in the camera - P charger. On the top of the camera is mounted an accessory shoe.
On inside the door of the camera is a fixed of the plate of the shop where those cameras was sold: Lewis Newcombe Ltd. 41, Old Bond Street, London. W. 1.
Serial production No 11523.

 

Dekko (metal) 9,5 De Lux 104 No11523;10% for web

 

 

 

 

 

Dekko-Model De Luxe - 1939
Made in England by Dekko Cameras Ltd, Slough, Bucks.
The camera is in nearly new condition. The case is not original. The camera has an original instruction book.
All features of the camera are the same as the above camera.
The lens is: Dallmeyer Speed Anastigmat No 205376; F/1.5 F=1’’.
The camera does not have the accessory shoe, as the camera above.
Serial production No 11395.
 

 

Dekko De Lux No11395;12%for web

 

 

 

 

 

Dekko Model 104 - 1948
Made in England by Dekko Cameras Ltd, East Action, London. The ‘Amateur Cine World’ - December 1948 (in our collection) announced new Dekko cameras in the market: 8mm and 9.5mm. At the same time,  in the market, appeared a new Dekko projector 9,5 mm.
A few features are different then above De Luxe model:
 - The operating knob and Selector Knob are different. The selector knob has only two symbols: “C” and “S”. “C” is used when it is desired that the camera shall stop running as soon as the operating knob is released. “S” is for taking only one picture.
 - The operating knob can be locked, turning knob clockwise direction.
The other feature are the same as in the De Luxe Model.
Lens in our camera: SOM Berthiot Paris Cinor B; A93787; 1:1,9; F=25. The lens is bloomed.
-This model has a makers identification plate with model number and serial number fitted inside the camera door.

Serial production No C/237

 

Dekko 9,5 metal Model 104 NoC237;10% for web

 

 

 

 

 

Eumig- Model C 39 - 1939; very rare camera
Made in Austria, Vienna
The die-cast camera body and pressed steel lid are neatly styled, with black wrinkle finish
The camera features:
- Lens: Steinheil MĂĽnchen Cassar No 752108; 1:2,7/18mm VL;
- Viewfinder with control device; For pictures taken at a distance of 2 meters, the viewfinder has a mark:  -  2m -  showing the upper limit of the picture
- Aperture (diaphragm) lever of the lens;
- Spring Wind motor;
- A double concentric knob for exposure meter setting and film speed setting;
- It is an early ASA indicator - showing the film speeds in letters: A, B, C, D, E - these correspond to the following speeds: A = 3 ASA; B = 6 ASA; C = 12 ASA; D = 25 ASA;
E = 50 ASA;
- Selenium cell built in of the exposure meter (the lower front part of the camera);
- A knob for adjusting speeds. The knob can be turned to: normal running with 8, 16, 32 fps; to continuous running or to locking and single picture. To take a single picture, a cable release is needed to be screwed into release knob;
- A adjustable film counter - pressing down and turned forward;
- The Pathe P Cassette in the camera.
- Dimensions excluding the leather carrying handle: 12,5 x 11,5 x 4,5 cm; weight ca. 1 kg;
- The camera is in a very nice ever ready case.
Serial production number: 90000

 

Eumig Model C39 ; 9,5mm No 90000; 12% for web
Eumig Model C39; 9,5mm No 90000; 10% for web

 

 

 

 

 

Eumig - Bakelite - Model C1 - 1932;  in original box
Made in Austria. It is the first movie camera produced by Eumig.
The body is made from Bakelite with metal parts chromium plated;
The camera features:
- Film counter is marked in meters. Manually adjusted to zero.
- Interchangeable lens;
- Continuous run lock;
- Direct optical Viewfinder;
- Back wind handle fits in the back of the camera.
Lens: Meyer - Görlitz, No 593173; Trioplan; 1: 2,8 F= 2 cm
The original Eumig cassette in the camera.
Dimensions: 63 x 127 x 115 mm; weight 1450 g.
Serial production number: 2243

 

Eumig Bakielite & box 9,5mm No2243;10% for web

 

 

 

 

 

Eumig - Bakelite - Model C 1 - 1932
Made in Austria.
All features the same as above.
Lens: Meyer - Görlitz, No 600228 Trioplan; 1: 2,8 F= 2 cm;
The original Eumig cassette in the camera.
Serial production number: 2546

 

Eumig bakielite 9,5 mm No2546;10% for web

 

 

 

 

 

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