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Marek Budzynski

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  1. They've all been sold now but I have another couple coming up in the next month or so if anyone is interested. Cheers Marek
  2. Here are another of picture for anyone that's interested:
  3. Just finished refurbishing some Cameflex's. They are all working and come with working motors and magazines. They also come with Printed Manuals (Converted Eclair and BBC Engineering). CM3 is in near perfect condition. Cameflex 1 CM3 (configured for 16mm with 16mm mag, Type 24 6VDC motor, step down voltage converter) £1500.00 Cameflex 2 16/35 Standard (35mm mag, Type 24 6VDC motor, step down voltage converter) £1250.00 Cameflex 3 16/35 Standard (Cosmetically not as nice as the others but smoothest action of the lot 35mm mag, Rank Shunt 12VDC motor, step down voltage converter) ) £1000.00 Cameflex 4 16/35 Camerette (US version, all leads, converted motor, 1x Nikon Mount, Type 24 6VDC motor, step down voltage converter and Standard V-Lock Battery) ) £1250.00 Cameflex 5 16/35 Standard (for spares or repair, missing parts, non working motor, stiff action) £250.00 Shipping and insurance extra. They'll be going up on eBay in a week or two but if anyone here is interested please get in touch and I'll send photos etc. Here's the CM3 Cheers
  4. Seems that the motor wasn't working so I'll be including a 6V DC Type 24 motor. Should be up on eBay in a a few weeks. Cheers
  5. Dear Adam, I've got a late model CM3 with M42 Mount coming up for sale but it doesn't have a synch motor. AZ Spectrum in NYC might have one as they do conversions. I can supply it with 2 35mm Mags. It comes with a 24V DC motor, cables and an upconverter so that you can run it off the D-tap on a standard V-Lock Battery. Should be ready in a couple of week if you're interested? Cheers
  6. I sold a full kit recently and the people that bought it are selling the motor on it's own. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/294207846612 You could buy it or I'll have another one for sale soon if you are interested? I didn't realise that they were worth so much money in running condition. They used my photos as well. So you can see the full picture and my kitchen table. Cheers
  7. Chris. I'm very interested if you want to sell it.
  8. Just one last thing. I've managed to track a 2perf converted one in London. I'm going to visit the guy who has it to pick up some spares. He suggest that we have a look at the conversion with a view to trying to emulate it. If he indeed has one and I can figure out what the modifications are I'll try to give it a go and be in touch once I've got one up and running. I'm still on the hunt for an original Cameflex one as from my understanding it could be switched from 2perf to 4 perf easily? I remember seeing some original Cameflex literature that mentioned it but can't remember where now. I think it was available as a modification in very late models after Harry Saltzman bought the company back in the 70's.
  9. Looks like it's in good condition for its age. What kind of price are they asking for? The main thing to check is if it is a CM3T which was the Cameflex original version or whether it has been converted. The was a guy in the UK converting them a while back. They are fairly easy to maintain and make sure that the mechanism turns easily. I use sewing machine oil to lubricate mine. Working motors are available on eBay quite regularly: https://www.ebay.fr/itm/Moteur-pour-camera-Cameflex-35-type-N40-n-118/313374343934?_trkparms=aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20160908105057%26meid%3D2756c27f8e4d493d9083ca277f409be7%26pid%3D100675%26rk%3D3%26rkt%3D15%26mehot%3Dnone%26sd%3D114625031859%26itm%3D313374343934%26pmt%3D0%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D2380057&_trksid=p2380057.c100675.m4236&_trkparms=pageci%3A544b4198-5745-11eb-a032-72c194f49951|parentrq%3A06a30a1f1770acc6ecd7f57affd0bf3d|iid%3A1 This is a fair price for a working version. Been looking for one myself for a while but they don't come up frequently. The ones on eBay at the moment are a bit expensive and some are very low quality. Other things to look lout for are alternative lens mounts. Quite a few were converted to take Nikon or M42 Stills lenses. Eyepiece brackets are quite easy to break so be careful. I'm in the process of remanufacturing a modified version of the bracket I've been working on for a while. You can get Cameflex motors converted to run synch by a guy in New York but he'll only convert the late model Perfectone motors. He's a nice guy and worth getting in touch with if you have a Perfectone motor and want it converted. However, audio recording may be a problem as the camera is incredibly loud. Hope that helps.
  10. Looking for a working or non-work Techniscope CM3. No-working is preferable. Thanks
  11. Hello Boris, Sorry about the late reply. Seems that they are fully working GV-35 motors made by Eclair. Not sure if they'll fit a GV-16 as the GV-35 motor is on the other side of the camera. If you want a look two of them are currently on sale on eBay. I've posted videos of them running: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_VktpBTz7Q https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfQuxe-jAoY
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