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Movie Cameras136 of 142 keystone movie camera model -k-8 with f.2.5 lens was wondering if its worth anything35 mm film projector KALEE Indomitable model no 7
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    Posted 11 years ago

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    I am trying to find out as much as i can regarding this camera stand that i have . I am looking for what it was used for ; how old it is and the type of value of the stand . I have tride other websites for information with no luck or help . The stand is rearly heavy ' made of solid brass and metal and the parts are very well made plus all the movements up down left and right of the camera head are very precise. I Believe it was used for static shots where the camera is locked of so as it cannot be moved . I would rearly be grateful for any help regarding this stand thanks bigger @ blldraper@gmail.com

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    1. Tim Ludwig, 11 years ago
      Can't sear that I'm right, but the head on this monster looks very much like those I've seen on photos of Saltzman tripods and studio stands which I think were made from the forties into the sixties. You might Google that name and see what comes up.

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