The Keystone Camera Company was an American manufacturer of consumer photographic equipment. Notable products were Movie cameras, 126 and 110 cameras with built-in electronic flash (the "Everflash" series).
in the 1930s, the firm built low cost 16mm cameras that are still in use today.
The firm considered that labeling its products as Made in USA was an important part of its appeal.
The company filed for Chapter 11 protection in January 1991.
One popular version of their movie camera line was the Capri K27, with 3 filters and 9 settings for cloudy to sunny day conditions. This was a light, easy to use movie camera, and is considered a rare collectable today.
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