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LightAndTimeArt

Vintage Movie Camera Bookends, Yashica 8T-2, DVD Holder, Home Theater Décor, Movie Maker Gift, Eco-friendly Gift for Actor and Actress

Regular price $172.00 CAD
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Original Vintage Yashica 8T-2 Movie Camera, 8mm film and film reel, up-cycled into a pair of bookends.
The classic double turret design resembles the look of the early television cameras of the 50s.

A great gift for the movie maker, actor, actress, or any vintage lover, and they add a little retro flair to any room.
Perfect to display your DVD collection and decorate your home theater or any room with a little vintage movie décor.

Handmade by small business in USA.
Unique movie camera with some signs of years of service.

A LightAndTimeArt set of bookends is the perfect accessory for any book or DVD collection, be it small or large. These simple yet effective accents not only keep your novels and DVDs from tipping over, but they also add character with a wide range of designs, styles, and colors. All my bookends are elegant, and unique, while they can keep a home book or DVD library looking uniform and neat. They all use a combination of vintage photo, or film equipment and accessories making them great way to complement a movie room or home theater.

Each Bookend is 5 1/2" (width) x 6" (deep) x 8 1/2" (height)

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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Dimensions

Height: 8.5 inches
Width: 5.5 inches
Depth: 6 inches

History

The Yashica 8 is a typical home movie camera of the time. Feature wise it is basic, but it is well built with a die-cast aluminum body and good quality for its positioning. It uses standard 8, also known as double 8, cine film.
As well as the differences with the Yashica 8 (most obviously with shutter release, viewfinder and door latch) the new twin lens version features upgraded 13mm f/1.4 and 38mm f/1.4 lenses now called “Cine Yashinon” and according to a circa 1958 Japanese Yashica Brochure, which features both the earlier “Yashica 8” (as all the early boxes are named) and the later camera (referred to as a “luxury” version), it came with both lenses fitted and was called the “Yashica 8T-2”.

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  • Bookends

    A LightAndTimeArt set of bookends is the perfect accessory for any book or DVD collection, be it small or large. These simple yet effective accents not only keep your novels and DVDs from tipping over, but they also add character with a wide range of designs, styles, and colors. All my bookends are elegant, and unique, while they can keep a home book or DVD library looking uniform and neat. They all use a combination of vintage photo, or film equipment and accessories making them great way to complement a movie room or home theater.

  • Design

    These are all handmade creations by (c) LightAndTimeArt.
    Original, unique cameras and accessories with some signs of years of service.

    Made by Small Business in USA.