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Dale Crisp

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About Dale Crisp

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  • Birthday 12/02/1938

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    16mm cinematograhy / camera collector

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  1. Cosmicar C-mount. F1.9 Clean glass, smooth focus and iris. $10 plus $5 shipping. Contact daleocrisp@hotmail.com
  2. Older version of Sekonic Studio model. Includes case, discs and slide. Measures incident and reflected light. Reacts to light but not tested. $25 plus $7.50 shipping. Contact daleocrisp@hotmail.com
  3. F 2.5. Mint glass and cosmetics. Smooth iris and focus. $50 plus $8.00 insured shipping. Contact daleocrisp@hotmail.com
  4. I am looking for a decent 16mm silent projector and have seen several Ampro Imperials on e-bay for reasonable prices.Does anyone have any experience with these?
  5. UT Photo in Sun Valley, CA has a B&H Guru on staff. 818 767-3355 or utphoto.com
  6. Synthetic clock oil works fine. It is non-acidic, non-gumming and doesn't migrate throught the mechanism. You can find it at clock shops with a precision oiler for less than $5.
  7. I have found that clock oil works fine. It is highly refined and does not migrate throughout the mechanism. You can find it at clock shops and it is fairly inexpensive. Available in tubes with a precision oiler for $2-$3.
  8. (B) YOURS IS A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE OF A BELL & HOWELL 70 DA. MY GUESS IS THAT IT'S WORTH $100 to $200. THERE IS AN EXCELLENT WEBSITE DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO B & H FILMO 70 CAMERAS. LOOK UP "B_H FILMO 70 UNDER YAHOO GROUPS. NICE CAMERA!
  9. Hi Mark, For years I've been trying to find an equivalent to B&H camera oil. I've heard dozens of suggestions from gun oil to sewing machine oil. I have found that synthetic clock oil works well. It is non-gumming, seems like the right viscosity and doesn't appear to run. You can by it at clock repair shops in clear dispensers with single drop-applicators. It's relatively inexpensive.
  10. Get a B&H Filmo 70. Inexpensive. Indestructable. Dependable. Performs under adverse conditions. No batteries needed. Good lenses available at bargain prices. Rock steady images. Get a 70 HR and you can add 400' magazine and electric motor drive.
  11. Dale Crisp

    B&H 16mm

    No. The magazine you show will only fit Filmo 70 H series cameras or 70 D series cameras adapted to accept external magazines. Furthermore, these cameras require an external electric motor drive.
  12. International Cinema Equipment Company in Miami, Florida usually has Filmo cameras, lenses, magazines and accessories for sale.
  13. 75MM ANGENIEUX - Near mint condition. F 2.5 No fungus or scratches. C-mount. focus and iris smooth. no caps. $75.00 Contact direct: daleocrisp@hotmail.com
  14. For sale Smith Victor Propod III with fluid head. New in factory carton. Never used. Supports 20 Lbs. $100 plus $15 S&H. Contact: daleocrisp@hotmail.com
  15. 75 MM Angenieux c-mount lens for sale. Near mint. $75 plus $10 S&H. Contact: daleocrisp@hotmail.com
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