The camera department at Fieldings hold regular auctions throughout the year, achieving excellent results for cameras and lenses. So whether you are a collector or buyer of Leica, Rollei, Nikon, Canon, Voigtländer, Zeiss, Wray, Ross Ensign, ALPA or HasselBlad, our specialists Mark and Rachel will be happy to guide you through the buying or selling process. Read more
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The Fieldings camera house record is a 1960 Leica M3 35mm rangefinder camera. This camera was found languishing in a big box of mixed cameras, it went on to make £3,800.
Fieldings' most memorable find is a ‘Darth Vadar’ camera, the Konica AiBorg. It was released in the early 1990s and nicknamed the Darth Vadar camera because of its very unusual design. Not the most valuable of cameras, but certainly fun and unusual looking.
Mark and Rachel's dream find would be Russian cold war and KGB cameras. A real feat of camera engineering, found in briefcases, cigarette packets, umbrellas and ladies handbags, the stories these cameras could tell are fascinating...
A Leica IIIf 35mm camera No 526061 sold £900
A Leica M6 black chromed cased camera, serial No 1678914 sold £1250
A Rolleiflex 3.5E 35mm twin lens camera by Franke & Heidecke sold £400
A vintage Arriflex 16mm movie camera with P.Angenieux lens sold £520
A Leica M6 black, circa 1988, serial number 1743962 sold £1,850
A Leica IIIG rangefinder screw mount camera, circa 1957, serial number 888732 – sold £400