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Aaron Martin @ OH

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  1. Hi - I just purchased an Arri S that's been sitting for some time. Motor runs, battery belt holds a charge, but this thing definitely needs oiled (not greased - oiled, as per the manual). Is 3-in-One oil OK to use, or should I be looking for something different. Thanks! Aaron
  2. Hi! I'm in the market for an Eyemo. Please DM me if you have one for sale. Thanks! Aaron
  3. -- this was the issue. The eyepiece is totally disconnected from the adjustment ring, but it does telescope in and out, so I was able to adjust the eyepiece manually and then lock it into place. Thanks for your help!
  4. Hi - I've been trying to set the diopter on a new-to-me RX5, and no matter what I do I cannot bring the grain on the prism into focus in the viewfinder. I've turned the adjustment ring as far as it will go in either direction and there is just no change in the image. Am I missing a step here? Does the diopter need to be serviced? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks! Aaron
  5. Hi! Looking for the hand crank for a DeVry Standard A 35mm "lunch box" camera. Please let me know if you have one for sale. Thanks! Aaron
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    Arri 16s

    Hi, I'm considering purchasing an Arri 16s package. Can anyone recommend a reliable, portable power supply for this camera? Thanks! Aaron
  7. -- still available! https://www.ebay.com/itm/1920s-Kinamo-35mm-Movie-Camera-Works/202753523799 Thanks!
  8. It's on eBay! https://www.ebay.com/itm/1920s-Kinamo-35mm-Movie-Camera-Works/202753523799 Thanks!
  9. Last chance! https://www.ebay.com/itm/202739326337 Thanks!
  10. Still available! https://www.ebay.com/itm/202739326337 Thanks!
  11. Yes - the motor and power zoom work. Will adding the alkaline batter bring the manual exposure back? Shouldn't that just work on its own without any battery power? Thanks!
  12. -- managed to get the camera running, but no action with the manual exposure ...
  13. A friend of mine lent me a Nizo S800 in unknown condition to try out. The camera is in excellent cosmetic condition, but when I put new AA batteries in it nothing happens. Motor doesn't run, no sign of life from the power zoom, etc. Do I also need to replace the button battery beneath the handle for the camera to come back to life, or is this camera now a paperweight? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
  14. Relisted on eBay! https://www.ebay.com/itm/202739326337 Thanks!
  15. It's on eBay! https://www.ebay.com/itm/202736860996 Thanks!
  16. Hi, I think I remember the analog workflow for going for creating a work or release prints from a reversal source, but I'm posting here to double check: - start with camera original - create internegative - strike work print from internegative - match back to internegative and conform for release prints or I could - edit camera original (with glue) - create internegative from edited footage for printing Is that correct? Thanks!
  17. Wow - that looks great! Thanks for sharing! Are your Zeiss lenses EF mount or something else? Thanks!
  18. I've had two Eyemos CLA'd by Bernie at Super 16, Inc. Might want to give him a shout ...
  19. I've had good luck with some free software called DCP-O-MATIC. I was able to use my laptop to easily compress a ten-minute short for projection at a local theater. Good luck!
  20. Good question. The version of the DeVry Lunchbox Camera that runs at 24fps has a different logo on the drive sprocket. It is red, and has the words "DeVry Sound Equipment" on it. Hope that helps.
  21. -- I'm about to start work on a short film filming on 7266, almost all exteriors, and almost all on a boat in the middle of a big lake. Does anyone recommend using a yellow filter, or just forget it? Thanks! Aaron
  22. -- anyone know if the folks behind this film processed their 7266 as reversal or as negative? Thanks! Aaron
  23. My .5 ND filter will take about 2 stops out of the exposure. So I should be OK even in blasting sunlight - correct? Thanks!
  24. It's a silent film - so no sound will be recorded in the field. And I'm looking for fine grain for this project. Thanks!
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