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Scott Bryant

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  1. At this point I'm really just trying to get rid of this, let me know if you're in the least bit interested and we can talk about lowering the price.
  2. Hey everyone, I’ve decided to sell my Ultra16 converted Éclair NPR kit. I bought it in 2008, and sent it to Bernie O’Doherty at www.super16inc.com for a simple clean, lube, alignment and convertion to Ultra16 aspect ratio. After that I shot about 15 rolls and then put it in my bedroom closet. It’s been there since and unfortunately I’m no longer shooting with it. I charged the battery and the camera runs, but I don’t have any film to run through it. The motor is a Perfectone. It has a Tobin TXM-6 crystal sync with 24 or 30 fps. The motor has a metal tripod base that can be removed for easier shoulder carrying. The lens is an Angenieux 12-120mm zoom f 2.2-22 with lens hood. There is also has a C-mount lens mount on the turret. It has a Kinoptik viewfinder (the shutter on the eyepiece is a little slower to close so some oil would maybe help that out). Included are two 400ft magazines. One made in England. One made in France. Included is a 12 volt battery with an over-the-shoulder pouch and power cord. The whole kit comes in two metal flight cases with foam padding (one for the magazines, one for the body/lens/battery). The camera is in good condition and is already converted for widescreen, either Ultra 16 or Super 16 can be achieved with the modified gate. Also included are rails, IndiFocus Pro Follow Focus with assorted gears, and a Harrison changing bag. I’ve uploaded some pics of it HERE. If you have any questions or want more pictures please let me know. If you’re interested let me know where you are and I’ll take it to get a shipping quote. I’m asking $1000 U.S. or best offer. Thanks, Scott
  3. Hey everyone, I’ve decided to sell my Ultra16 converted Éclair NPR kit. I bought it in 2008, and sent it to Bernie O’Doherty at www.super16inc.com for a simple clean, lube, alignment and convertion to Ultra16 aspect ratio. After that I shot about 15 rolls and then put it in my bedroom closet. It’s been there since and unfortunately I’m no longer shooting with it. I charged the battery and the camera runs, but I don’t have any film to run through it. The motor is a Perfectone. It has a Tobin TXM-6 crystal sync with 24 or 30 fps. The motor has a metal tripod base that can be removed for easier shoulder carrying. The lens is an Angenieux 12-120mm zoom f 2.2-22 with lens hood. There is also has a C-mount lens mount on the turret. It has a Kinoptik viewfinder (the shutter on the eyepiece is a little slower to close so some oil would maybe help that out). Included are two 400ft magazines. One made in England. One made in France. Included is a 12 volt battery with an over-the-shoulder pouch and power cord. The whole kit comes in two metal flight cases with foam padding (one for the magazines, one for the body/lens/battery). The camera is in good condition and is already converted for widescreen, either Ultra 16 or Super 16 can be achieved with the modified gate. Also included are rails, IndiFocus Pro Follow Focus with assorted gears, and a Harrison changing bag. I’ve uploaded some pics of it HERE. If you have any questions or want more pictures please let me know. If you’re interested let me know where you are and I’ll take it to get a shipping quote. I’m asking $1200 U.S. or best offer. Thanks, Scott
  4. Feel free to make an offer, I'm certainly up for negotiating.
  5. To be honest, I'm not too familiar with Arri cameras. So I can't be much help on that part, but if you have any other questions I'd be happy to try to answer.
  6. Yes, it's made to shoot sync sound. When you're next to it, you can hear a little whirl of the mechanism, but it wasn't a problem on any of my shoots and with a mic on a boom you should be plenty fine.
  7. Hey everyone, I’ve decided to sell my Ultra16 converted Éclair NPR kit. I bought it in 2008, and sent it to Bernie O’Doherty at www.super16inc.com for a simple clean, lube, alignment and convertion to Ultra16 aspect ratio. After that I shot about 15 rolls and then put it in my bedroom closet. It’s been there since and unfortunately I’m no longer shooting with it. I charged the battery and the camera runs, but I don’t have any film to run through it. The motor is a Perfectone. It has a Tobin TXM-6 crystal sync with 24 or 30 fps. The motor has a metal tripod base that can be removed for easier shoulder carrying. The lens is an Angenieux 12-120mm zoom f 2.2-22 with lens hood. There is also has a C-mount lens mount on the turret. It has a Kinoptik viewfinder (the shutter on the eyepiece is a little slower to close so some oil would maybe help that out). Included are two 400ft magazines. One made in England. One made in France. Included is a 12 volt battery with an over-the-shoulder pouch and power cord. The whole kit comes in two metal flight cases with foam padding (one for the magazines, one for the body/lens/battery). The camera is in good condition and is already converted for widescreen, either Ultra 16 or Super 16 can be achieved with the modified gate. Also included are rails, IndiFocus Pro Follow Focus with assorted gears, and a Harrison changing bag. I’ve uploaded some pics of it HERE. If you have any questions or want more pictures please let me know. If you’re interested let me know where you are and I’ll take it to get a shipping quote. I’m asking $1500 U.S. or best offer. Thanks, Scott
  8. Bump. Bringing it on down to $1200 USD. Scott
  9. Bump and price reduction to $1500 USD. Let me know if you have any questions or feel free to make an offer. Thanks alot! Scott
  10. I may have started out a bit high. Let's reset to $1700 USD or feel free to make me an offer I can't refuse. If you have any questions please ask.
  11. Hey everyone, I’ve decided to sell my Ultra16 converted Éclair NPR kit. I bought it in 2008, and sent it to Bernie O’Doherty at www.super16inc.com for a simple clean, lube, alignment and convertion to Ultra16 aspect ratio. After that I shot about 15 rolls and then put it in my bedroom closet. It’s been there since and unfortunately I’m no longer shooting with it. I charged the battery and the camera runs, but I don’t have any film to run through it. The motor is a Perfectone. It has a Tobin TXM-6 crystal sync with 24 or 30 fps. The motor has a metal tripod base that can be removed for easier shoulder carrying. The lens is an Angenieux 12-120mm zoom f 2.2-22. There is also has a C-mount lens mount on the turret. It has a Kinoptik viewfinder (the shutter on the eyepiece is a little slower to close so some oil would maybe help that out). Included are two 400ft magazines. One made in England. One made in France. Included is a 12 volt battery with an over-the-shoulder pouch and power cord. The whole kit comes in two metal flight cases with foam padding (one for the magazines, one for the body/lens/battery). The camera is in good condition and is already converted for widescreen, either Ultra 16 or Super 16 can be achieved with the gate modified by Bernie. I’ve uploaded some pics of it HERE. If you have any questions or want more pictures please let me know. If you’re interested let me know where you are and I’ll take it to get a shipping quote. I’m asking $2000 U.S. or best offer. Thanks, Scott By the way, I purchased this camera and enjoyed it with a lot of help from you all on the forum so I appreciate all your answers to questions and thank you very much.
  12. Wouldn't this be because the 25 asa has much finer grain than the 100D?
  13. Once again, since i don't really know much technically I can't say for sure, but the way movement looks on an lcd screen ( from what i've seen from my friends' tvs and in the stores) just looks off. Things seem like they are moving too much or something. There is a definite difference in the way the movement of actors or the camera looked on a crt or plasma screen than lcd. I assume it has to do with the refresh rate or hrz or something, but like i said i don't know the technical. I never thought there was a re-scaling issue. I also admit that there are negatives for plasma tvs, but i just think for my particular tastes plasma looks the most like what i wanted. When I went shopping for a new tv i was already feeling negative about plasma's and lcds bc i've seen people's first generation flat panel tvs that just didn't look good at all. Once i looked at the tvs in the store without a bias (bc i honestly didn't know any of the claims of lcds or plasmas) i picked the tv that i thought looked the best. I just couldn't get over what i assume is the "motion rendition" that you talked about. And these were tvs in the $1000 range about 5 months ago so they weren't cheap computer monitors. Just my 2 cents and I can't say that I have golden eyes.
  14. The refresh rate non-sense is why i went with plasma. I also can't stand the weird look (let me rephrase that, what i consider to be weird look) of lcds. The plasma isn't as bright and the screen is glass so it's possible for it to reflect if you have something bright in the line of sight of the tv, but i'd rather work with that than strange looking motion. I have noticed if you get right up to the screen, grain on a plasma screen is more pleasing to me than grain on an lcd (which i'm assuming is just a difference in the technologies?). I admittedly know very little about the tech specs or tvs in general, but i feel like the plasma has the best looking picture at least for what i want it for.
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