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  1. CAMERA ARRIFLEX + SCHNEIDER CINE-KREUZNACH SET aSKING PRICE : 6000 Euros / Location : Paris, France THIS KIT IS TESTED AND READY TO ROLL. The camera number shows it is one of the latest model, the body and the mags are in perfect condition, so as the lenses. This kit contains : - 1x Camera body ARRIFLEX 16 s + Matteboxe - 4x lenses + focal extender x2 : 16, 25, 50 & 75 - 2x 300ft Magazine (122 meter) - 1x 8 volt Battery + case - 2x Motors (1x 25fps motor & 1x Variable speed motor from 8 to 48 fps) - 1x Viewfinder extension - 2x Flycase All the material are like new, no sign of use (NO SCRATCH, NO TECHNICAL PROBLEM). The photo tripod in the pictures is not included in the kit. Here is some pictures of the hole kit, and multiple footage that i shot with it, it includes an audio sync shot with the 25fps motor : https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/15O28olFOoT8RYyXCPoNKTD2SjgrYUTBi?usp=sharing Here is the ebay link to the offer : https://www.ebay.fr/itm/144256898217
  2. Excellent++ condition original ARRI film magazine for Arriflex 16 BL movie camera 500ft 16 mm film single and double perforation, full working condition. In film mag mechanics is serviced, clean and clear inside, outside have small scratchers for using. The price: 150 USD+ shipping New Kodak 16 mm film stock 1 can 400 ft (122m) - 7207 - 250D daylight color film, iso 250. Purchased in Kodak's official embassy in Russia, in 2020. Froze refrigerating storage. The price: 140 USD+ shipping email: schubert@ngs.ru Worldwide shipping.
  3. Thought I’d share some stills from a recent music video shoot. Shot on an ultra 16 modified Canon scoopic & only available light. All 500T pushed 1 stop. Not final color grade, just my quick adjustments in resolve. Higher res stills: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/10LWsp72Wvi8Eu3_x4U6DvWFkVzoA1Xoe
  4. can someone please tell me how i can get rid of that hair in the left corner…
  5. I work in TV, so when it comes to 16mm I'm just an enthusiast, and all of my 16mm footage so far has been on my Krasnogorsk-3, which has served me well. Having said that, I would like to eventually shoot some more ambitious projects on film (requiring sound, longer takes, etc), but unfortunately the closest place I could rent a film camera from is about five hours away. Because of this, I occasionally find myself browsing eBay for cameras, and often Regular 16 cameras such as Arri SRs, Aatons, or CP-16s are available. I can't help but wonder how worthwhile buying a Regular 16 camera is though; Super 16 seems to be preferable in every way. I guess Regular 16 is good if you want a 4:3 aspect ratio, but it seems like most people would prefer to shoot Super 16 and crop the sides instead. Likewise, if you wanted a wider aspect ratio, you could crop the top and bottom of your Regular 16 image, but Super 16 would require less cropping and give you a bigger image area. It's also worth noting that many Regular 16 cameras can be converted to Super 16, but for the cost it seems like you might as well have just bought a Super 16 camera in the first place. As I said, I'm not a professional when it comes to film, so I'm not sure if I will ever be able to justify purchasing my own professional-level 16mm camera. However, the (generally) lower cost of Regular 16 cameras does make it a little tempting sometimes. What do you guys think, are Regular 16 cameras worth investing in? Note: Yes, I recognize that both Regular 16 and Super 16 would widely be considered "obsolete" these days, so strictly speaking they probably aren't worth "investing" in. I just mean this in the context of those who enjoy shooting celluloid.
  6. Hi, I have got for sale Arri FE-4 long extension viewfinder for SR3 cameras. it’s in mint condition both optically and cosmetically Price: 400€ + shipping location: Slovakia, preferably ship to EU Can supply photos on request.
  7. Hi all, Can't remember from where, but I've heard of the ability to shoot on print stock just as one would on regular motion picture stock, with the idea of having a very punchy and contrasty look. Does anyone have experience with this? Looking at the Kodak catalog, it seems print stock primarily comes in 2,000' rolls, which would make the process of downspooling a bit tedious...
  8. After seeing some old forum posts talking about creating a DIY video tap for older 16mm cameras, I thought I’d give it a shot. There’s an old thread about exactly the camera I’m using, an Eclair ACL, but the photo of the rig that they posted is no longer on the internet. So I put a super rough $20 thing together (plus an iPhone 8+). You can see it here: https://imgur.com/gallery/aNxfqXV Any suggestions? There are definitely some things that could be improved. It takes a while to set up since it doesn’t want to stay in place unless I use tape. It’d be nice to have a more rigid arm, but I’m not sure I could find one that’s the exact length and angle needed (that’s why I ended up with the “gooseneck”). And for actual shooting I’ll need to make sure that I’ve covered up all possible points where light can come in the viewfinder so it doesn’t cause light leaks.
  9. Hi, everyone! Gonna be shooting a film with a look rooted in Jazz photography from the likes of William Claxton, Dennis Stock and others known for the marvelous images they created around that beautiful genre. Obviously, the film's aesthetic's going to borrow a hell of a lot from these great photographers... However, what I'm most interested in is the B&W film stocks that were around the time in which the most iconic artists were photographed: the 1950s. So, on the one hand, what I'm wondering is if there's anyone in the room with an idea about the the rolls of B&W film available at that time and their characteristics. But on the other hand, I'd like to know if anyone knows where can I find information on the way these photograpers worked, which is to say the lenses and equipment they used, the way they developed their film and created they final shot in the darkroom, etc. Also welcome is information on the film stocks used to shoot movies or documentaries around the 50s. My guess is even at that time Double-X was the real deal, but... You know. A guess is a guess.
  10. Hi, I'm struggling to find a 400 foot magazine for the Arriflex 16m that will ship to Australia. It looks similar to the 16bl magazine but has slightly different drive gears. If you have one you'd be willing to sell and send overseas, let me know. (I'd also be interested in the 1200 foot mag if anyone has one) Thanks - Aren
  11. Hi, I have got for sale Angenieux 28mm f1.1 / T1.2 super fast lens for Super16 Features: custom made 80mm front diameter Arri standard mount nice sharp image Lens is in good used shape, mechanics are a little dry (CLA would definitely help it) and optics was cleaned of fungus a few years ago (you could see the remains), so the price respects overall state. PRICE 550 EUR + shipping costs PAYMENT PayPal SHIPPING I am located in Slovak Republic, EU. And I preferrably would ship within EU.
  12. FOR SALE: Aaton XTR super 16mm camera kit Aaton XTR camera SN c1709 PL mount, Aatoncode, Exposure reading 3 x 400” DX Magazines SN M4974, M3784, M3801 3 x magazine throat protectors Cinematography Electronics Intervalometer SN 6413 + cable Aaton walnut handgrip + cable NP1 battery adaptor 15mm rails/handgrip adaptor Aaton mount spare, other loose parts Origin C+ 2 x 15.6 V 3 Ah Aaton batteries ( recelled 3 years ago - all holding charge) 4 x 12 V Aaton batteries ( recelled 3 years ago - all holding charge) ICE Film Equipment LTD TOP C/D 16V/12V Aaton battery charger (charges 3 batteries at once) Harrison Film Changing Bag Extension eyepiece (Tillhor Sveriges Television AB 880871 K399) Rollerbox Aluminium case (fitted for camera) More photos of the camera and footage shot with this camera can be seen here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/h4xxlmtikpidtf6/AABgjHcTbE41VOt6XG4KvvC1a?dl=0 This is a very lightly used Aaton XTR, that's in exceptional condition. There is no video split installed but one can be installed by AZ Spectrum in NYC, USA and elsewhere. I'm selling as I don't have cause to shoot 16mm these days. The camera is located in Perth, Australia but can be shipped worldwide. The kit is fully operational. The kit was never rented, and has been my personal camera. Asking price $AUD12,000
  13. I know this is going to sound dumb, but I have an Eclair NPR camera and I cannot find the serial number on it. I removed the motor, I looked all over the place and I couldn't find it. This specific unit was modified by Les Bosher, so they may have removed the plate or something. They changed the tourret and maybe the serial number was there. I want to send the camera to service and it would be nice to know what the serial number is so I can have more info about the camera. Thanks
  14. Hello, I am looking for an Eclair NPR Crystal Sync motor. My motor had some issues and I cannot rely on it for filming. It seems almost impossible to find one these days on eBay or in any store that sold it in the past. I am asking here to see if anyone can help to shine some light on my search. 🙂 Thank you, Leo
  15. W.T.B. Leica Summilux-C 16mm & 135mm Please email sales@broadcastsolutions.com with pricing and details.
  16. Hey everyone, I have decided to part with my Bolex h16 Rex 5. It has the 10x viewfinder. The camera is in flawless cosmetic and working condition. I just had it serviced 4 months ago, and it runs like clockwork. It is very clean inside and out. Unfortunately the camera does not come with any lenses. I am also throwing in a couple of extras, please what’s included see below: -Bolex H16 rex 5 camera body -Extra rubber eye cup -Extra pressure plate (just in case you ever lose the one in the camera!) -Bolex surefire hand grip with trigger cable -filters, extra written gel filters -rewind key -a little reflective light meter that fits in cold shoe. I am asking for $2,100 + shipping and insurance. I am also willing to do local pickup if you are in New Jersey. If interested, DM me for any photos and more details.
  17. I know these are rare- Looking for x2 Arri 416 Magazines, let me know if you have any to sell. Many thanks.
  18. I've been trying to purchase a decent Arri SR2 w/ Super16, but they're either too expensive, the sets miss a lot of vital accessories, or the cams don't seem to be in the best of shape. This has lead me to consider going for a regular SR1 or SR2 and mount anamorphic lenses. My questions: Does anyone have any experience shooting Arri 16SR or SR2 regular 16mm with an anamorphic lens? What are the biggest challenges? Do I have a lot of options with anamorphic lenses on a arri bayonet mount? Is the noise level on earlier Arri SR1's gonna be a problem for nearby sound recording? Thanks! 😃
  19. I can't get enough of them and never know what I will find. Everyday is like Christmas. Recently I acquired some 16mm childbirth films from the 1940's. They were labeled 'baby being born.' They turned out to be a bonanaza. The views of 75 year old surgical rooms and dress is fascinitning in itslef, but there is so much more. The anesthesiologist continually drips ether out of a bottle on a dust mask for knocking the gal out. Another clip has the assistant pushing the baby back in the vagina as it tries to come out. Intertitle says something like: Retarded birth to allow for episiotomy. Maybe they wanted more $$ for the episiotomy? Although in 1940's I don't think healthcare was run as a big biz as it is nowadays. Most likely the baby's head was too big for the mommy's birth canal and it was not greed. I have a bunch more in the childbirth series, all sort of things, different types of Caesareans, twins birth, breech birth, etc. They were part of the 50+ films I scanned over the last couple weeks. Still need to PP'em, but I put 2 from the childbirth series up at the I.A. for your perusal. nsfw https://archive.org/search.php?query=childbirth teoli If the Retroscan blows up or gets stolen, I got my money out of it anyway. 50 films = about $8,000 for scanning fees. Now I just need to get the other 1050 films scanned! But I'm not in a rush. Still holding out hope for a benefactor to buy me a cheap Lasergraphics scanner. So, I'm in no hurry to scan all the films twice. And due to no room to work, I had to stow the Retroscan to make room for the copy stand work that I am doing now. And that Retroscan is tiny, so you know I'm cramped. A Japanese / American guy I met, that took a trip to Tokyo, told me they don't go by square feet in Tokyo... they go by square inches! That sounds like me. I'm always looking to find some more square inches! My dream house would be a house with 40 or 50 chrome wire shelving units lining the walls. Getting back to that retarded birth... I may make a 'Retarded birth to allow for episiotomy' production company with the clip of the baby being pushed back in the vag . That would be crazy huh! I love adding some craziness to the films, certain films that is. The more business like films and films that require more respect get more conservative production companies. But it is fun 'having fun' with the films. And when you are underground you can do as you please. I came up with crazy production company names after seeing so many stupid production company names on films where they were trying their best to not be stupid. I thought to myself, "Jeeesus, couldn't they find a better name than that?" So I figured, let me have some fun with it.
  20. Purchased years ago. Provenance was Bob Monkhouse collection. https://archive.org/search.php?query=Mary+Pickford+Excerpts+Bob+Monkhouse Developed a liking for Pickford after seeing her in M'liss. Plus scanning and working with this film developed more interest in Pickford. She was something. Get a copy of Mary Pickford: Muse of the Movies from your library. Great early days Hollywood coverage. Pickford wanted to burn all her movies when she died. What a nut. She was worried people would make fun of them. OK, maybe not a nut, but just an egomaniac. David Mullen was connected with the film as well.
  21. Here is the old 1942 16mm Kodachrome home movie I just scanned... https://archive.org/search.php?query=Sooner+or+Later+Y'all+End+Up+on+eBay The title came from a discussion they were having on a film collectors forum. One guy didn't like eBay, he wanted to buy film from yard sales. He was complaining he could find projectors, but he could not find any old films. I told him he has to suck it up and go to eBay. The pickers descend on estate sales at the crack of dawn, they gobble up old photos and any films and boom...Sooner or Later Y'all End Up on eBay! The scan is also an example of what the Retroscan can do. It is pretty much a raw scan. No image stabilization. Just slight color grading as Movavi software is not the best for color grading.
  22. Hi , Just purchased a beautiful old lady in perfect working condition (still got to do some test next week but motors are running pretty well) : an Aaton Ltr 7 from the first era (1974-1982) 1) It came with two mags that are a bit different one from another. Any tips about the serial numbers and the pressure plate (see photos) is welcome. 2) Is there anyone in europe making this kind of video output/assist : http://www.visualproducts.com/storeProductDetail01.asp?productID=741&Cat=11 3) any comments about the camera electronics, what to take care of etc ... is very much welcome 😋 photos : https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1oh1TppG0EFdFYhjaO6_K7DUtGjWVuGoj
  23. Hi! I'd like to repair my zeiss 8mm t2.1 standard speed lens for 16mm camera's. The focus markings are not correct anymore. Looking through the viewfinder gives me an estimate that the 3m mark is actually infinity. It works but my close focus is very long because of this. My local rental house tried to service it but said they could only repair it by changing it to another mount. I was wondering, could it be a back focus problem? Or does the whole focus mechanism needs to be serviced. If so, do you maybe have an address here in Europe? (living in the netherlands myself) Thanks in advance!
  24. For Sale : Fuji 35 & 16mm 400ft. stock new & sealed. Stored in a temperature controlled environment. Purchased new in 2011 & 2012.
  25. Hello All, I just completed a new short film shot on 16MM Kodak film via an Arri SR3 HS. I wrote and directed this fun little horror short, and my producing partner, and friend, Evan Samaras did the cinematography (say hi in the comments, Evan). Not only did Evan and I work behind the camera, but also in front of it. The short features only two characters played by us. Due to COVID-19, we wanted to make something small with a minimal, to non-existent, cast and crew. We have submitted the film to some festivals so, for the time being, it is only up privately with a password on our Vimeo page. The link and password are below, for your viewing pleasure. Please let me know your thoughts and critiques. Anything feedback would be greatly appreciated. Password: SRF2020 Thank you all in advance! Keep shooting!
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