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Michael Leake

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About Michael Leake

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  • Birthday 04/10/1947

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  • Location
    marstons mills, MA
  • My Gear
    Arriflex 16 ST, Bolex H16, Bolex H8, Eumig C16
  1. Sean, thank you very much, michael leake
  2. TO: anyone I purchased what I think is called a periscope attachment for my arri 16st. It seems to work just fine and I think I attached it correctly. If anyone has more knowledge about this item or an owners manual, I would appreciate the information. I also recently purchased two arri 200' magazines and one motor to fit. I am servicing them so they will work. Thanks Michael Leake TO; Mark Day, yes post pictures, always interested.
  3. assistance if possible; I purchased a canon C-16 Macro ZoomC10x12 12-120mm lens. It has an arriflex standard mount and it does fit into my arri 16-ST bayonet opening. When I have the lens focused to infinity, and I have the zoom setting at 120, everything is in focus. With the zoom set at 120, I can change the focus down to 5' and even down to a few inches using the macro ring. When I change the zoom ring downward to 12 or even 40, everything at about 20' to infinity goes out of focus. Any suggestions about how to adjust this lens? OR fix this problem? Or just live with it? thanks to anyone and all. Michael Leake
  4. Mark Dunn: It can be done, but even the Mamiya 50mm lens gives a really wide angle for the RB67 medium format camera, I just finished a test with the mamiya 50mm on a makeshift mount. It works, however, it does not give you wide angle at all, infact it looks like a 75mm standard lens in the arri viewfinder, adapter project is over.
  5. Lenses: has anyone adapted a Mamiya RB67 lens to an Arriflex standard mount??? I have several RB67 lenses. I know the focal lengths are different, but is it possible?
  6. thanks Dom Jaeger, good information form me. ML
  7. I think I must have an arri 16SB, one of the ports has a stainless steel liner and the lenses I have seem to mount into this port with a little more security. More information, I have seen on eBay, some arri lenses which were inexpensive. they were advertised as being 35mm lenses. I take that to mean that they would fit a 35mm camera and would not be compatible with an arri 16 SB. they were PL mount and looked like the PL mount could be removed. I have seen some some lenses for an arri 16 which had PL mounts. They also looked like the PL mount could be removed to reveal an arri standard mount lens. Also, I probably would be better off if I saved for an arri standard mount lens. They seem expensive, however.
  8. Is it possible to convert an arri PL mount lens to fit an arri 16st standard lens cavity? thanks to all michael leake
  9. does anyone have any arri 16 s 200' capacity film magazines with torque motors for sale? thanks Michael Leake
  10. quite an old posting, if you come across any 200' arri 16s film magazine again or know who might have any including torque motors, can you let me know?? thanks michael leake
  11. I may have found some arri 16 S magazine in 200' capacity. I do not know if they come with torque motors.
  12. is there anyone who has one of these (arriflex 16 S 200' magazine and torque motor) and if so how much?? Thanks Michael Leake
  13. Charlie Peich: International Cinema Equipment a division of Magna-Tech Electronic co. base in Florida is selling what they claim to be 200' arri 16s film magazines. While they will hold 200' of film, they don't appear to be dedicated 200' magazines. The footage counters all indicate a maximum of 500'. So if anyone wants just a dedicated 200', these are not those.
  14. If anyone can post a picture of an arri 16s 200’ magazine next to a 400’ magazine I would very much appreciate it
  15. Mik Cribben; Thanks for this information. At this time I am unable to purchase this very interesting piece of equipment. Michael Leake
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