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*[http://www.holgablog.com/2010/12/08/toy-cameras-with-127-film-the-forgotten-part-iii-cardinal-buckeye-camera/ "Toy cameras with 127 film. The Forgotten: Part III Cardinal Buckeye camera."] at [http://www.holgablog.com/ Holga Blog]
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*[http://quirkyguywithacamera.blogspot.nl/2016/06/comically-candid-cardinal-cinex-127.html Comically Candid: The Cardinal Cinex 127 Camera] at [http://quirkyguywithacamera.blogspot.nl/ Quirky guy with a camera blog]
 
*[http://junkstorecameras.com/buckeye.htm Buckeye camera review] and sample images, from Marcy Merril's [http://junkstorecameras.com/index.html JunkStoreCameras.com]
 
*[http://junkstorecameras.com/buckeye.htm Buckeye camera review] and sample images, from Marcy Merril's [http://junkstorecameras.com/index.html JunkStoreCameras.com]
  

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Cardinal Camera Corp. was a manufacturer (or perhaps, distributor) of small, inexpensive cameras giving 16 exposures per roll of 127 film. One piece of Cardinal literature gives the company address as 36-12 34th Street, Long Island City, NY.

Camera models

  • Buckeye Camera
  • Can-Tex (Bellcraft Creations)
  • Cardinal
  • Cinéx (it is unclear if this is related to the Cinex from Chicago)
  • Photo Champ
  • Jewell Sixteen (Wirecraft Co.) although back catches are different

Links