Revere Eye-Matic Camera & Carrying Case circa 1958


The substantial rugged camera body is made of die-cast aluminum with a  baked enamel and brushed aluminum alloy finish. In other words, it’s got good design in spades.

According to the ad (pictured) from 1959, the camera cost $139.50, and the carrying case another $12.50. In today’s dollars, that would be over $1300! So, this was (and is) a high quality camera. Untested, but everything appears to be in excellent working condition.

Please note that the stitching is coming loose on one side of the case.

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Additional information

Weight 42 oz
Dimensions 7 × 4.25 × 4.5 in