Cameras

Here is a working list of every camera model I have identified as created by Bell & Howell since the company’s founding in 1907 until its sale of its consumer electronics business in the 1970s.

Cine-Camera:


(1925) Eyemo 35mm

(1935) Filmo Straight 8

(1936) Filmo Double Run 8

Filmo Double Run 8 Sportster

Filmo Sportster Double Run Eight

Filmo Companion Double Run Eight

Filmo Double Eight “Companion” Cine Camera

(1940) Filmo Auto-8

Filmo 70

Filmo 75

Filmo Sportster

Filmo 121

Filmo 141-B

Filmo Automatic

Filmo Autoload

Filmo Autoload Speedster

*Filmo Automaster

(1952) 134V (8mm)

*(1952) 134W (8mm)

(1952) 134TA (8mm)

172

(1958) 200-S

(1958) 200-T

(1958) 200-TA

(1958) 200-EE

219 (8mm)

220 Wilshire (8mm)

230 (8mm)

240 (8mm)

252-A Monterey (8mm)

252-B Monterey Deluxe (8mm)

252TA (Turret Model) (8mm)

308 Autoload

310F

312F

312DF

314D

315

-Bell & Howell Sunometer Cameras:

*(1959) Sunometer 333

(3-lens model.  Fast f/1.9 Super Comat lens; 2 1/2X telephoto and 6.5mm wide-angle auxiliary lenses on Safeguard rotating turret)

*(1959) Sunometer 319

(Single-lens camera:  f/1.9 Super Comat lens)

*(1959) Sunometer 323

(Same, with 10mm f/2.3 Super Comat lens)

*(1959) 220 Sun Dial

(same, but without the Sunometer.  Turn Sun Dial to right “sun” to set lens.  10mm f/2.5 Comat lens)

(1960) 311 Super 8

379

379S

414 Zoomatic

416

424

425 Autoload

430 Autoload Super 8

434 Director Reflex

444

493F

493SF

-Bell & Howell Electric Eye Cameras:

Perpetua 390E

(Totally automatic single-lens model.  10mm f/2.3 lens-56% more picture coverage.  Without built in filter.)

Perpetua 390TE

(Totally automatic 3-lensSafeguard turret model.  With 10mm f/2.3 prime lens; 6.5mm wide-angle and 25mm telephoto auxiliary lenses.)

Perpetua 393E

(Fast 10mm f/1.8 lens; 2 1/2X telephoto and 6.5mm wide-angle lenses on Safeguard turret.  Totally automatic and manual control.)

Still Camera:

(1948) Foton

TDC Stereo Vivid

*(1958) Electric Eye 127 Black Leatherette Variant

*(1958) Electric Eye 127 Black and Tweed Variant

FD35

35MLS Autowinder

(1967) Autoload 340

(1970) Autoload 341

(1970) Autoload 342

(1972) Auto 35 Reflex

35J

602

(1996) 250

BF35

BF608

BF700

BF705

BF730D

BF770

BF905

BF960NP

BH105

EZ35

PZ1050

PZ2200

PZ3000

PZ3300

B35HDZ 20 MP Digital Camera

Military & Other Specialty Cameras:

Filmo Electro

*G.S.A.P 16mm

G.S.A.P Type N-4A 16mm

G.S.A.P Type M-4A 16mm

G.S.A.P Type N-6A 16mm

G.S.A.P Type B-1A 16mm

(1945) War Department Technical Manual (TM) 11-2396:

(1945) Governor-in-the-head Model, Camera PH-330-A

(An older model of Camera PH-330-A, the earliest in the Camera PH-330-(*) series, carries the governor mechanism regulating camera speed in the head assembly.  A round protuberance (fig. 18), raised approximately ~ inch on the head casting to the right of the lens (with the operator behind the camera) identifies this model.)

(1945) Bombspotter Model, Camera PH-330-A

(The bombspotter model of Camera PH-330-A resembles the standard Camera PH-330-A model in all respects, except for the addition, on some models, of an exposure calculator dial and a geared winding crank and housing on the right camera frame.)

PH-330-A (35mm)

PH-330-B (35mm)

PH-330-C (35mm)

PH-330-D (35mm)

PH-330-E (35mm)

PH-330-F (35mm)

PH-330-G (35mm)

PH-330-H (35mm)

PH-330-J (35mm)

(1952) Department of the Army Technical Manual (TM) 11-2390/11-2390A:

(1952) PH-430-A

(1952) PH-430-B

International Versions:

G.B. 624 (8mm)

G.B. 624EE (8mm)