Produced from 1961 to 1963, the J66 was an early standard in the world of instant cameras. It is a fabulous mid century modern piece of photographic history.
This camera is in very good condition with intact bellows and clean rollers. Although it has not been film tested it still fires away and the shutter and all adjustments work smoothly.
That said, they no longer make the type 47 roll film that this camera was made for, although some have modified it to take 120 film.
This camera is perfect for a stage prop or for the camera mod hobbyist, as well as for display.
It comes with an intact leather handle strap in good shape(these are often in not great shape) and an original film roll, which would be helpful if you're doing a mod.
It is tripod mountable. It is also a heavy camera weighing in at over four pounds.
The camera measures 10" long, 5 1/2" tall, 3" thick when closed and 6" thick when the bellows are fully extended.