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ARRIFLEX 35 mm vs Bell&Howell Eyemo in WWII review


Stanislav Schubert
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What filmed the WW II? German Arriflex 35 movie camera VS Soviet camera Eyemo copy  KC-50 - review

Germany against USSR and USA in WW2... On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Victory, we restored two military movie cameras - the German Arriflex 35 and the Soviet KC-50 - a copy of the USA 35 mm Bell & Howell Eyemo movie camera. In the review of the "Panorama Camera" we will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of our and enemy cinema equipment, and recall the Soviet front-line cameramen and their feat. English subtitle included. 

 

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