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U.S. Navy and U.S. Army Air Force Bell & Howell Gun Sight Aiming Point (GSAP) 16MM motion picture camera and 50ft film magazines used to capture in flight footage of air-to-air combat and air-to-surface attacks when the plane went in to shoot at a target.

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Army Air Force Bell & Howell Gun Sight Aiming Point (GSAP) motion picture camera and film magazines used to capture in flight footage of air-to-air combat and air-to-surface attacks when the plane went in to shoot at a target.

The K-20 is an aerial camera used during World War II. Fairchild design, made under license for military contract. Approximately 15,000 were manufactured by Folmer Graflex Corp. Inscribed K.F. England on the front of the case. Overall in very good condition.

The is an aerial camera used during World War II. Fairchild design, made under license for military contract. Approximately were manufactured by Folmer Graflex Corp.

U.S. Army Signal Corps PH-47E data plate mounted on top of the 4x5 Anniversary Speed Graphic camera.

Army Signal Corps data plate mounted on top of the Anniversary Speed Graphic camera.

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Early 1940's GE exposure meter (light meter) DW48 used by the U.S. Army Signal Corps designated: PH-77-C. (with case)

Early GE exposure meter (light meter) used by the U. Army Signal Corps designated: (with case)

PH-501/PF

PH-501/PF

The Army Film and Photographic Unit (AFPU) was founded in 1942. Their stills photographers were normally issued with Zeiss Super Ikonta

The Army Film and Photographic Unit (AFPU) was founded in Their stills photographers were normally issued with Zeiss Super Ikonta

Follmer Graflex aerial mapping camera installed in P-38 nose.

Follmer Graflex aerial mapping camera installed in nose.

U.S. Army Air Force 16mm Fairchild Aviation Corp. Gun Sight Aiming Point (GSAP) motion picture camera with accessories and case.

Gun Sight Aiming Point (GSAP) motion picture camera with accessories and case.

U.S. Navy Bell & Howell Gun Sight Aiming Point (GSAP) 16MM motion picture camera, lens and 50ft film magazine in a wood carry case. The GSAP was used in fighter planes to capture in flight footage of air-to-air combat and air-to-surface attacks when the plane went in to shoot at a target.

U.S. Navy Bell & Howell Gun Sight Aiming Point (GSAP) 16MM motion picture camera, lens and 50ft film magazine in a wood carry case. The GSAP was used in fighter planes to capture in flight footage of air-to-air combat and air-to-surface attacks when the plane went in to shoot at a target.

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Produced by Graflex in Rochester 1946-1955, New York, the Speed Graphic is commonly called the most famous press camera. This authentic Speed Graphic has a fully functional 135mm, 4.5, Zeiss lens with shade, and Compur shutter. It has a wire hoop viewfinder, a Kalart focusing rangefinder as well as a sports finder. It also has seven 4" X 5" cut film holders. An iconic example of American photography.

Anniversary Speed Graphic camera in wartime back with Kodak Series VI lens hood, silver lens cap and wood film holders/ plates.

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