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Stefan Fischer

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    Cinematographer
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    Deutschland
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    eyemos, fujicas, beaulieu, konvas etc

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  1. Thanks will try 6 Volts
  2. Arri 35 clone Selling my Cineflex A5 with Motor and 4 nice mags. Everything moves as it should but not film tested. 850.00 euro for it plus shipping will ship worldwide
  3. Hi my Cameflex Motor Type 24 uses 6 or 8 Volts. so what’s best to use it? 6 Volts 7,2 Volt or 8,4volt accu.
  4. Eyemo SCS Conversion with Nikon mount quarz controlled 35mm camera fully working Asking 399.00 euro plus shipping http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/707-53477-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575378759&campid=5338273189&customid=&icep_item=123683648640&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229487&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg&toolid=11111
  5. Sorry Will I didnt want to offend you. Just wanted to show that it is possible to use it for more than as a crash cam. But yes, of course a pin registered camera will make much steadier movies. But if someone is looking for a nice 35mm camera to travel or film your kids and family on holidays, I think the very small Eyemo is the weapon of choice 😉
  6. Hi A good Eyemo that has been cleaned oiled and adjusted will make steady movies as good as an Arri 35IIc I have both cameras... very important is to really put the Eyemo in parts and clean each part and all gears of old grease and dirt. I have a few ones here that run super quiet. A speed check of the shutter with an old Strobotac 1531 shows how fantastic stable the speed of the camera is. Wind it after every shot. About film length, many Eyemo have a slot to attach a 200ft, 400ft or 1000ft mag and also electric drive. There are movies that have been filmed with an Eyemo as only camera, for example: Air Force (1943) About lenses: look for a good General Scientific Eyemo lens or just use a M42 adapter and put a nice Pentax lens on it, like a super takumar, you will be surprised how sharp it will look. In my opinion, to say that the Eyemo is only usable as stunt or crash camera does injustice to this nice camera.
  7. Sorry, I just can help with the classic spring motor driven ones. The SCS got a lot of complicated electric stuff inside. There is not much left in them of the original mechanics
  8. Ciao Luigi Inside it is the same camera, except the connection to the spring. The Russians made a little improvement, on the Russian Eyemo it is much easier to take out the mechanics in complete without taking the risk to get the spring out. It is very easy to clean and service inside. The parts inside are 90% identical to the US Eyemo. It looks like it was made in license by Bell & Howell. Both run the same way. The Russian one just counts in meters not in feet. I have a complete serviced one with new military paint on it. Converted to M42 Pentax Mount. Including 3 viewfinder lens. 25mm 50mm 75mm If you are interested, I would sell it for 375.00 euro plus shipping Im in Germany By the way, I have 10 years experience in service and repair Eyemo cameras. Well adjusted, checked for flange focal distance and speed, this nice little cameras run very nice
  9. Hi I will make another bunch of M42 Lens adapter for the Bell & howell eyemo 35mm camera. The adapters are CNC-made from aluminium and black coated. You can put them on your eyemo camera and use every kind of M42 lens. if interested, please send PM. Thanks, stefan example: Zeiss Lens with M42 adapter
  10. Hi I will make another bunch of M42 Lens adapter for the Bell & howell eyemo 35mm camera. The adapters are CNC-made from aluminium and black coated. You can put them on your eyemo camera and use every kind of M42 lens. if interested, please send PM. Thanks, stefan example: Zeiss Lens with M42 adapter
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