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LED Desk Lamp - Black Kodak Duaflex Vintage Camera on mini tripod, Photographer and Vintage Lover gift

LED Desk Lamp - Black Kodak Duaflex Vintage Camera on mini tripod, Photographer and Vintage Lover gift

Regular price $126.00 CAD
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Vintage Black Kodak Duaflex Camera converted into a unique reading lamp mounted on a mini tripod.
Get that retro look instantly in any room.
The camera and reflector are in excellent condition and just great to look at.

The lamp makes a great Eco-friendly gift and adds a little vintage flair to any room.
Nice present for the retro design fan, the vintage lover, and any photographer.

The creative reuse of old vintage cameras as Bluetooth speaker, clocks, lamps, or Echo Dot Holder puts these old design icons back in the hands of people, out of dark basements and attics. The beauty of the mid-century design pieces is their versatility – you can treat them as feature piece or liberally use them throughout any contemporary space.

A 4W E12 White LED Bulb (40W incandescent replacement) is included.
Has in cord on / off switch.

Handmade by small business in USA.


DISCLAIMER: " The logos and trademarks on the upcycled, individual items are those of their respective brand name owners, none of which are associated with this product. "

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Power: 110V
Lamp Base Socket: E12
Cord: 6ft. Black, White, or Clear SPT-1, Cordswitch, and Molded Polarized US Plug


Height: 10.0 inches
Width: 5.0 inches
Length: 8.0 inches


The Kodak Duaflex is a 620 roll film pseudo TLR made by Kodak in the US and UK. The original versions were available from December 1947 - September 1950 in the US, and 1949-1955 in the UK; the Duaflex IV was finally discontinued in the US in March 1960.[1]

The various Duaflexes had aluminum alloy bodies and were available with either a simple fixed focus 75mm f/15 Kodet lens, or with a 72mm f/8 Kodar triplet lens in a front-element focusing (to 3.5 ft.) mount. The Kodar lens had Waterhouse stops of f/8, 11, and 16. The shutter had speeds of "I" and "B", and was synched for use with a Kodalite Flasholder.

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