What is the value of old Kodak cameras?

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The value of old Kodak cameras depends on the model of camera. The Eastman Kodak company has been producing many different types of cameras for many years. The older the camera is can many times mean the more value the camera has. Collectors find many types of cameras in higher demand than others and as such, their value is much more. Kodak Brownie cameras, the Ektra line of cameras and the Matchbox and Medalist lines are some of the most valuable cameras.
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