Utility Manufacturing Company Falcon Miniature

Utility Manufacturing Company Falcon Miniature
Utility Manufacturing Company Falcon Miniature

The Utility Manufacturing Company Falcon Miniature camera was manufactured in USA from 1939 until 1939 when production stopped 79 years ago. The Falcon Miniature was designed to take 127, Roll film. Unloaded, the camera weighs 233.00 g (8.22 oz.), and with film, 248.00 g (8.75 oz.). Features include tripod socket.

General Information

Years Made1939 (79 Years Old)
Film127 Film
Weight233.00 g (8.22 oz.)
Date AcquiredJanuary 13th, 2013
Country of ManufactureUSA


Features

Tripod Socket Integrated Flash Auto Focus Self Timer Date Back Hot Shoe Cold Shoe
Yes No No No No


Comments (4)

Richard Dobrowolski wrote on April 28th, 2013
I just gave my friend.Terry,a falcon miniature camer 1938 that i found junking one day looked it up on e-bay they sell for and from $6.00 to $30.00!
Bob wrote on June 20th, 2013
Richard,Thanks for the comment! If I remember correctly, we paid $8.00 from an antique mall for this camera, which is a pretty decent price for a place full of antiques (cameras seem to be neglected at these places).I'll have to upload a better picture of this camera soon, though you can see the wear and tear just from the paint scratches alone!
Mary C Jackson wrote on May 31st, 2016
I found a Falcon Miniature at an estate sale. Think I paid $10 for it. Had never seen one before. My question is, how did you take a photo? The lens doesn't seem to open.
Betty Hilliard wrote on April 29th, 2017
I was born in 1931 and have this camera and a few pictures made with it (tiny pictures). Mine doesn't have a tripod socket and the view finder is metal (2 pieces which fold into each other). The view finder doesn't look like the ones I see on camera sites. Casing in good shape with no scratches. Also have a picture of an ad from a 1946 magazine where it is priced at $3.98 - mine is a Miniature Deluxe model

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