A Studer A827 Remote Control, serial number 1762, with Autolocator module together with connector cables. \n\nThe Studer A827 remote control unit is housed on a metal trolley. The unit has wooden side panels finished in a wood veneer. The front panel shows very little cosmetic wear, there are a few minor scuffs along the edges of the unit. The bottom panel has the connector cables attached. \n\nFrank Zappa is known for having used the Studer A827, which was the last of the analog multitrack tape
A Yamaha RX15 digital rhythm programmer, serial number 20592, owned by Frank Zappa. \n\nThe Yamaha RX15 was released in 1984. It is a sample based drum machine. The RX15 has 15 drum and percussion sounds, including bass, snare, rimshot, high hat, tom tom, ride, crash, claps, cowbell, and shaker. It has a headphone output, cassette in and out, and a foot switch connection. Here are some key features.\n\n \n 12 pads\n\n 100 user patterns\n\n 10 user songs\n\n 128 kB ROM size\n\n 16 character LCD s
Leica I (Model A) Nr. 209 with 50mm Anastigmat f3,5 with the original lens cap and worn ETRIN ribbed leather case. Also included is a photo reproduction showing the previous owner with the camera, circa 1938. Robert Edward ÒMikeÓ Gilbert (father of the cameraÕs current owner) was the son-in-law of Robert Runyon, who gave him this camera. Runyon, born in Kentucky in 1881, was an important American U.S. border and railway photographer in the early 1900s, whose work is collected by the University o
Leica Reporter 250 GG Motorised Nr. 353645 with 50mm Elmar f3,5 Nr. 89009 with its KOOBF cassettes. The motor drive cam and shaft are intact and the camera is working, despite a sticky shutter. Delivered to Mu_nich February 10, 1942. Made in a batch of 50 cameras that year. This camera was part of the AlÕs Candid Photos professional gear, owned by Al Bregin who founded the company in 1946. Still operating in Chicago today, the venerable photographic studio chose Leica as its preferred gear from
Leica Reporter 250 GG Nr. 150193, with original body cover. Working. There is a depression on the top plate and faint cracks in the original vulcanite. Nonetheless, a beautiful and working example of the Leica 250 Reporter camera, circa 1937. Condition: Excellent ++
Two fascinating prototype cameras, from the late 1960s, made by the Multi Photo Camera Corporation. Founded 1966 in Motley, Minnesota, the Multi Photo Camera Corporation produced these two prototype cameras, mainly for use in ID Card photography. Patented in 1971 and 1972, these multi image cameras were used for taking multiple exposures on one area of film (in this case, Polaroid film stock), by shifting the orientation of the camera lens to coincide with a small area of the film. These prototy
Minox VEF "Riga" Sub-Miniature Camera Nr. 03160. Made in Riga, Latvia, between 1937-1944, these spy cameras are also known as the "Minox Riga" This early three-tooth Minox Riga was made in 1938. With original leather case, empty film box, and unused roll of black and white film from Blue Moon Camera and Machine in Portland, Oregon. Condition: Excellent + overall
Kodak #7 Portrait Cameras and Adjustable Stand, ca 1890, the camera with over label 'Agfa' brass tags, includes two unmarked lenses and glass plate holders. Mahogany with iron supports and mechanisms, on iron wheels. Stand: 52" x 27" x 31". Camera: 20" x 14" x 24". Unmarked lens.
Including: Vansco bellows camera with Bionic lens; Agfa bellows camera with ICA lens; Zeiss Ikon bellows camera with Klio lens; Wollensak Graphic 35 wiith Graflex lens, leather case; Exakta Iyagee camera with Zeiss Tessar lens, leather case; Univex Model AB 8mm Cine camera with Wollensak lens, leather case; Victor Cine Camera Model 4, s/n 20631; Univex 100w Projector, 8mm, model no. P-8; Univex film splicer; PLUS collection of filters, lenses, flash units, light meters, slide viewers, manuals, t
Matte black finish. High quality 10x power binoculars. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory box w/ foam inserts, manual, lens covers, factory pouch & carrying strap. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Gun Sport Ltd. owned by Jon R. Thomas. (02-20689/MJC). $1,500-2,500.
Matte black finish. High quality German mfg. optics. 10x power. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory box w/ carrying case, manual, carry strap & lens covers. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Gun Sport Ltd. owned by Jon R. Thomas. (02-20720/MJC). $1,800-2,500.