Yea, it's old. I'm not sure what year it was acquired, but it's a late 1940's/ early 1950's camera. The time, exposure and lens opening levers work flawlessly. The only thing is that the lens just needs a good wiping. Anyways, I'm actually thinking about using it. Taking a black and white picture with a modern day, all digital camera versus an actually 1940's/1950's camera with verichrome film, I get that genuine black and white picture feel from an old camera. If I was to buy the Kodak 616 verichrome film the camera requires, given the fact that the film expired somewhere in the 1940's - 1950's, would it still work like a fresh roll of film? Crazy question, I know. But who knows if something with an expiration date wouldn't actually be expired. If I can't use the old, expired Kodak 616 film, any one know who makes or can get film for this old camera? How would I go about processing the film, if it works? I'm sure it's probably, virtually the same process as processing a 35mm film.