From 1961, Bell & Howell Sun Dial Video Camera was all the rage as video cameras were only used in Hollywood movies. Seen below is the newspaper advertisement:
"You get famous Bell & Howell quality in a compact, low-cost camera. Remarkably easy to use. All you do is read number on photoelectric meter and set same number on Sun Dial. It's that simple to take perfect color movies! Super Comat 10mm f:2,5 lens gives you 56% more picture area than ordinary 13mm lenses. Fixed focus from 335 feet to as far as you can see. Sixteen frames-per second speed. Economical spool load. Continuous lock run and single frame expo sure. Runs 10 ft. per winding. Rugged metal body. You get more variety."
This camera is not verified to be in working condition and we only recommend it's usage for decoration purposes only.