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Hello Community ! (picture from the aaton ltr7 manual) - This might sound like basic questions but i must ask : 1) HOW DOES THE BEAM SPLITTER ON THE AATON LTR 7 WORKS what does the manual means by 'aaton VR30' system in the first paragraph ? 2) how do i know the one inside my LTR works ? how do i get the beam splitter signal out on a monitor ? 3) there is no connection whatsoever for video output on my ltr (no BNC - as it is sometimes apparent downside the magazine near the iso adjustment - or connector apparent near the beam splitter and so called aaton VR30), i do understand this beam splitter has an on/off position. I also do not possess the m3 allen wrench mentionned in the second paragraph but i can't even find the screw i should access to switch the BS position , or maybe it does not exist ? 4) Should i consider a better and easier alternative way to video tap on my aaton ltr7 with a micro camera through the viewfinder ? what camera and lense model is best suited for this configuration Thanks in advance, J aaton manual p20 png.zip
I have a very special Aaton LTR 54 16mm film camera package for sale. It is a beautiful package with lots of bells, whistles, and extra whistles. I am willing to consider all serious offers, as well as payment arrangements and possibly even purchase of particular parts of the package. The Camera's history is well cataloged between its original owner and myself. Its original owner's history of use as well as a detailed account of each piece of gear can be found at the following link: www.lightcatcher.com/aaton_for_sale.htm Since I have owned it in the last nine years, it was completely serviced in 2004 by Abel Cine New York (this service record available). I used the camera to shoot documentary projects in New York and DC from 2003-2006. It has been in storage for the last few years only because I have unfortunately been going through a serious illness and have been too sick to use it. However, it was just taken out of semi-retirement for a one-day Women in Film and Video film workshop where it performed great. As anyone who knows Aatons will tell you, this is a dream film camera for hand held work--extremely comfortable. And while we are all shooting digital as well, this is too good of a package for an incredibly reasonable price, to pass up. It's a $10,000 package, but I am open to all inquiries, as well as payment arrangements. Only requirement is that if you are unable check it out in person that you are willing to video skype to establish authenticity (am happy to give you "tour" of camera via skype as well) Thank you, Rachael Storey 202-421-9164