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Long Vintage Kodak 116 Roll Film Keychain, unique gifts for him and her, Photographer gift

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Original Vintage Kodak Roll Film Camera metal instruction plate (from the inside of the camera) transformed and upcycled into beautiful and unique keychain.
These film instruction pictures in their iconic colors have been used in vintage camera for roll film from the 1890s to 1960s.
Perfect handmade, eco-friendly gift for the photographer or vintage lover.
The Film plate is coded with resin, so the surface is as smooth as glass.
The back is covered with black felt to add to the classic look. 

Black Velvet Gift Pouch included.

Note: Keychain only, does not include film or any other items

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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Width: 1.0 inches
Length: 2.0 inches


116 is a roll film introduced by Eastman Kodak in 1899 for 2½×4¼ inch negatives (nominally 6.5×11 cm). <br>The film stock is 70mm wide: wider than that of 120 film. <br>In 1932, Kodak introduced 616 film. <br>This has a slightly slimmer spool (originally metal rather than wood). <br>Kodak discontinued both 116 and 616 in 1984.