This video camera was found in a closet at a home in the 1970s, and it’s being used in a video to capture footage of the attic.
The video camera used in the video camera is the one that was taken in New York City.
It was filmed in an attic in a house in the Bronx.
This is the attic of a house on the south side of Manhattan in New Rochelle, New York.
This attic was built in 1974, and there are a lot of old pictures in the attic, said David Smith, owner of the building.
It has a lot that’s sentimental.
The camera was in the basement of the house.
A neighbor told us that he found it in the trash, and he found a receipt for a camera that was in his basement, Smith said.
It’s just kind of a little old video camera.
This one’s from the 60s, he said.
This was filmed from a porch in a basement in the house in New Rockefeller, New Roclette, New Yorks.
The attic has a big basement, so this is a nice attic, Smith told ABC News.
He said he did this in the 70s and 80s, but he just didn’t know what to do with it.
The photo was in a photo album that he keeps.
He has an old photo of his grandmother, and that’s the one from her, Smith added.
It wasn’t a big deal, Smith noted.
The neighbors found the camera and were very pleased to have it back.
The owner is planning to use the video to show how much the neighborhood has changed over the years, Smith wrote on Facebook.
He’s looking to raise money for the Harlem Arts Council and for an arts education program for the neighborhood.
It seems a nice, neat attic, and I’m sure it will be a nice place to put it down, Smith explained.
Smith said he will donate the video if the neighbors want it back, so it can be used for an educational project.
We’re looking to donate it to the Harlem Children’s Arts Council, and we’ll use it to teach the children how to use video cameras.