16mm Camera for sale on eBay:
paillard bolex 16 mm film motion picture
Paillard Bolex 16 Mm Film Motion Picture
$51,00
kodak k 100 turret 16mm camera cine ektar
Kodak K 100 Turret 16mm Camera Cine Ektar
$280,00
keystone criterion deluxe a 12 16mm 
Keystone Criterion Deluxe A 12 16mm 
$50,00
2535 teleca 10x14mm subminiature 16mm
2535 Teleca 10x14mm Subminiature 16mm
$449,99
photec iv ultra high speed 16mm motion
Photec Iv Ultra High Speed 16mm Motion
$900,00
cine kodak magazine 16mm movie camera case
Cine Kodak Magazine 16mm Movie Camera Case
$34,00
vintage bell howell filmo autoload
Vintage Bell Howell Filmo Autoload
$129,99
vintage zeiss ikon movikon 16mm movie
Vintage Zeiss Ikon Movikon 16mm Movie
$124,99
2541 minolta 16 ii box case books spy
2541 Minolta 16 Ii Box Case Books Spy
$24,99
vintage bell howell filmo 70 de 16mm movie
Vintage Bell Howell Filmo 70 De 16mm Movie
$195,00
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Kodak brought 16mm film on the market in 1923, 9 years before 8mm was introduced. It was an inexpensive alternative for amateurs to the conventional 35mm celluloid format.

Home movies

The professional industry called it 'sub-standard' during the 1920s. Because Kodak was initially focussing on the amateur market, they hired Willard Beech Cook who had the 28mm Pathescope of America Company and asked him to create a 16mm Kodascope Library.

So one could not only make their own amateur home movies, but also buy or rent films from the library, which became one of the important selling aspects of the 16mm. format. As a film base, Kodak used safety film (acetate) so no nitrate film has ever been used.

16mm Camera value

What's it worth? Take a look at this list of: sold 16mm Camera for a value indication.

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