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Inside a Bell & Howell Eyemo


Dom Jaeger
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I've just finished documenting the complete strip down of a Bell & Howell 35mm Eyemo:

 

http://cinetinker.blogspot.com.au/

 

Very similar mechanically to a 16mm 70 series Filmo.

 

These cameras have an uncased spring, so they can be very dangerous to dismantle. Personally I wouldn't recommend inexperienced people doing anything more than removing the front. But I figure if people are going to try it they're better off having some idea of what's inside.

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