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Joe Gill

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  1. This is for a Norris Intervalometer, not a hand crank. One could be machined with a reduction gear, but I don't know if it will be done anytime soon. Thanks to Andree Martin for helping figure this out!
  2. I have 2 of their 35-3's and just noticed they have a modified socket with a square peg in it instead of the usual frame advance. Does anybody know if this is really a hand-crank or just for a direct drive motor or ? Does anybody then know where I can source two of these hand cranks? Attached is image of the socket. Thanks, Joe
  3. This is an 850mAh USB Rechargeable battery for Nizo cameras which used the 7.2/9v (6xAA) battery compartment. They charge very quickly (about 2 hours) and will run the camera for about 1 hour +. If you are using it in a pistol grip Nizo, you can charge it in the camera, but if you are using it in the x056 series, you'll have to take it out. It has been tested in Braun Nizo 800, 801, 2056, 3056, 6056 and 6080 cameras' battery compartments, runs flawlessly and fits smoothly. Because these are much lighter than 6xAA batteries, they do not spring up/fall out as easily, so the bottom has a grip so you can easily get it out. If you buy them and have feedback, please let me know. If I make changes to the design of adapter, then we can ship you out the new versions at no cost once you return the old ones. I have a couple of Nizos and these get a lot of use in them and I have had many repeat customers, so if you need inexpensive solid power for your camera, this is a great option. Please don't overcharge or expose to high temperatures, or dangerous overheating can result! If you have any questions, or already own one of these and need support, please let me know and I'll do my best to fix it. If you have an earlier unit and want to swap, please let me know and I can send you the upgraded (if any) units ASAP! Thanks for looking and for shooting film on these great cameras!
  4. I have a couple extra sets of AA Battery Adapters for Scoopic M and MS models available. Built using new parts. The Batteries fit in the cameras without any modification and are very reliable. $100 per AA Adpater battery I'm also looking for an original Scoopic in decent shape to trade for if you have one of those. Thanks for looking
  5. I have a couple extra sets of Battery/Charger sets for Scoopic M and MS models available. Built using new 2000mAh NiMH Batteries, newly manufactured cases and chargers available as packages or separately as you want. The Batteries fit in the cameras without any modification and are very reliable. The chargers will also power the original Scoopic Batteries and other rechargeable battery packs that your battery may have been recelled with. $225 for two batteries and charger/receiver $150 for one battery and charger/receiver $100 per battery $50 per charger and receiver I'm also looking for an original Scoopic in decent shape to trade for if you have one of those. Thanks for looking
  6. Say - I've been asked if a Zeiss standard Distagon (2.1) lenses fit on the camera, and it got me wondering if there is a list of what lenses will and will not fit?
  7. Sorry - I meant to say - are the pins on the cable from the NETWORK connector to the same connector on the Cinedeck EX straight across - 1 to 1, 2 to 2, etc all the way or is there a crossover pair like in networking cables?
  8. I didn't see it in the manual, are the pins SAT - 1 connects to and all the same, or are there some that are crossed like a network cable?
  9. Does anybody have a source for the small, spike looking points on the battery cases that are inserted inside the cameras? I'm hoping to engineer some for testing but cannot identify this bit at all... Thanks in advance! Joe
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