I have just discovered two old cameras. They both have film still in them, but I have opened them up. I know the movie camera dates before the Vietnam war. The still camera was one of the first to be made after WW11.Are they valuable? I don't want my kids throwing them out after I am gone, thinking they are junk? Who would develop whatever might be left on the films?
Model: 35-circa 1944
Hi there. My name is XXXXX XXXXX it would be my pleasure to help with your issue.For the Kodak 35, depending on the condition that it is in, they usually sell for somewhere between $50-100. If the camera is in good working condition, and doesn't have any flaws it may be worth a little more depending on the buyer. This was the very first 35mm camera that Kodak made and was mass produced, so there's still quite a few of them out there. I'm going to post a link here for you as an example so that you have something to compare yours to. Kodak 35Ebay is always a good place to start with most any vintage camera equipment. You can normally get a good idea of what something is worth by looking there, providing you can find one like yours for sale. If you have a model number or picture that I can go by, I'll be more than happy to help you find out more about the video camera as well.As for developing the film that's in the camera you have, it may or may not be any good depending on a number of factors, but you should be able to find a local shop that deals with 35mm film and find out without too much trouble. If you'd like me to help you locate one, let me know where you are located and I'll be more than happy to help.
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