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  1. Hi everyone, I am trying to find out what lenses were used in the shooting of Terrence Malick's Badlands, but there seems to be no info available on this topic. I just know that three cameras were used during the production: Mitchell Bncr, Cameflex, and Arriflex. Badlands was shot in 1972, does anyone know what lenses were common for any of this cameras around that time, specially for the Mitchell? Thanks!
  2. I'm so sorry to sell my lovely baby but I need some money for a next project. For sale : - 1 Arriflex 16 SR1 PL mount, upgraded in Super 16 by P+S Technik ( Munich). "Evolution Upgrading Program" by P+S Technik was a complete change of electronic mother board, new speed controller with screen ( intervallometer function on ), new mechanics, new viewfinder with better magnification, new black painting on whole camera body and magazines. - 2 Super 16 magazines. - 1 battery ( new cells) - 1 Arri battery charger - 1 VSU speed controller - 2 handgrip-trigger ( one broken, other one is ok) - 1 blimp - 1 matte box - 1 soft foam shoulder pad - 1 changing bag I join also some spare parts : - 2 new and unused lightmeters - 1 Arri SR2 motor - 1 normal 16 gate - 1 normal 16 ground glass Kit located in Europe ( Czech Republic). If you want to visit me for a local pick-up, you are welcome !! price : 3000 euros + shipping taxes. Lens is not included in the package ! Only here for the picture ! High Res pictures, informations and demo videos on demand : dartwiller@yahoo.fr
  3. 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! 😃
  4. Boris bruno

    Arri 35 IIC

    Hi I just purchased an arri 35mm IIC, I’m new to using it I’m use to using 16mm. It has bncr mount. I need help understanding camera as in gates, what lens is good to use, or how to operate. Also what accessories do I need for it in order to shoot short films and longer features. Also does anyone know where to convert to pl mount.
  5. Hi everybody, here is Luca from Milano, Italy. How are you? I'm a camera technician and I've bought an Arriflex 16BL on Ebay (camera and 1 mag from UK, 2 mag and Angenieux 10x12 with blimp from DE) that I want to completely refurbishing, both lens and camera. The camera was ok, I've tested with a battery and everything was working good, and not too noisy! The lens unfortunately has lots of fungus inside, so I'm gong to completely restore it. I'm writing here because maybe (MAYBE..) it could be interesting for someone, or if someone need explications about the camera, or even if someone has tips and suggestion for my work, I'll be pleased! My aim is to make the camera in perfect conditions, both esthetically and working one (it works, but it needs a good cleaning). I would like to add a crystal sync unit, that it will probably will Arduino based - Swiss Made (since I'm Swiss eheh). For the zoom, that has a good mechanic but bad optical part, I'll extract all the lenses, clean them and recompose everything. So, first of all I'm un-assambling all the mags, the blimp and the camera in order to divide all the elements: the ones that needs to be re-anodyze will be sent to the lab, and the mags and the camera will be repainted with the original wrinkle effect. The problem is the serigraphies, that seems to be painted OVER the paint. I don't want to loose them, so I'm thinking for a solution but if someone has a suggestion.. please say it! :D
  6. Arriflex 435ES Camera Package $12K US Includes: - 435ES Camera Body s/n:7159 - 4-Perforation Movement - NTSC Color Video Assist - Camera Grip Hangle System - Arriflex F-3 Swing-Over Finder - Wide Angle Eyepiece - Wide Angle Eyecup - Arriflex FE-3 Finder Extension - Arriflex EL-3 Eyepiece Leveler - (6) 400-ft ARRIMAG 120 Magazines - Arriflex RCU-1 Remote Control Unit - On/Off Pistol Grip - Shoulder Pad - Arriflex BP-3 Bridge Plate (15mm) - Sliding Base Plate - Set of Long Iris Rods - (2) Camera Power Cable - Power Cable Extension - RCU Cable - RCU Extension Cable - Set of Flight Cases 2 -24v batteries
  7. Arriflex 435 ES - 4-perf, IVS video assist PAL, FEM (functionality expansion module), TimeCode module, Arriglow module - Base plate BP-8 + dovetail plate + 19mm rods long, short 3x 400ft magazine + case 1x 400ft magazine (35-III model) 3x 200ft magazine + case finder extension FE-3 finder extension FE-5 ground glass + arriglow: - super35 2,35 - super35 1,85 - super35 silent gate 1,33 - normal35 2,35 - normal35 1,85 - normal35 1,33 P+S Technik uRC - remote control for speed ramps Video-top 100% + SCA-2 (for steadicam low-mount) EasyLOOK video-assist system - digital system for recording and playback - generates Quicktime files on HDD - wireless option Transvideo TITAN transmitter + receiver set for analog SD wireless video Transvideo Rainbow II 6,5” monitor - bright PAL monitor - anamorphic desqueze support PHOTOS: https://photos.app.goo.gl/xaJqzid9JwCFyyxY8 Camera is located in Bratislava, Slovak Republic, EU Shipping within European Union will cost €550 Shipping outside EU is not possible at the moment. In case of personal pickup, I can supply old Kodak film stock (10 rolls) for free. Payment via PayPal, incl. buyer´s protection.
  8. Hi I’m looking to purchase a bolex h16 reflex camera or any other reflex 16mm cameras like beaulieu r16 canon scooping, arr16, arr2bc, etc my price range is the highest $600
  9. Hey guys, I recently purchased an Arri SR2 Highspeed and have some questions regarding a connector I found on my camera that is not on the manual nor in any other SR2 I've ever used. The cover on it says F9 and it has 7 pins on top and 7 holes on the bottom half of it. Any ideas on what this is? Cheers! Manuel
  10. We continue to restore the old movie cameras of the Second World War and shoot videos reminiscent of newsreels of the 1940s on them. We use the American Bell & Howell Eyemo cameras and the German hand crank camera Askania 1930s. We shoot 35 mm black-and-white Russian film Tasma and German AFFA aerial photograph. Soon we will repair the Arriflex 35 camera of the Third Reich and remove its historical reconstruction WWII. Watch our "military" video review
  11. Hello! This is my first post here on the forum and I would like to begin it by thanking everyone who posts on here; this forum has been a huge source of information for me, basically like the film school I couldn't afford, so yeah thanks everyone. I just recently acquired an Arri 2c, one that was advertised by the seller as a high speed model. It has the tachometer that reads up to 80fps, but from doing research on this forum and others, I understand that it is possible to attach that tach to a non high speed model. I've read that the only fool-proof way of determining if the camera is an actual high speed model is by the presence of four extra screws on the film gate that can adjust the pressure of the gate. But having been unable to find another picture of an Arri 2c gate to compare mine too, I'm unsure if the screws on my gate are the high speed ones or just the standard. Here's a pic of the gate on my 2c: Is this the high speed gate? And if so, is the combination of the gate and the 80fps tach enough to pretty much guarantee this is definitely a high speed model and is safe to run at 80fps? Just want to be sure, as I have a high speed motor on the way and would like to be sure of what I'm dealing with. Speaking of the high speed motor, I've read that it needs 32v to run at 80fps. At the risk of sounding silly, how exactly do I acquire 32v of power? I can't seem to find any 32v batteries that can connect to the high speed motor. (The cable for my motor has a 4 pin XLR). Is it a case where I would need to have a battery specially fashioned? Anyone who has any experience running a 2c at high frame rates, your help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  12. Hi there, I am new here, hello! 🙂My first question is about an Arriflex SR2 mag I just bought. I have a SR2 that was moified for S16 long time ago. Now I would like to know what modification I would need to do to use a normal SR mag with my camera. Is it only the pressure plate or are there any other modifications that I need to go through? I read somewhere that the tunnels must be widened but I dont really see why because the material is the same, isn't it? 🙂 Yours, D.C.
  13. Hey! Looking up to buy 2 or 3 perforation conversion kit for Arriflex 235. Thanks, Nauris.
  14. Hi, Thank you for all the answers of my last topic. Now I have a question regarding the viewfinder of my SR2. There are some dirty spots in the frame when I look through it. The lens is clean so it must be the viewfinder. How can I clean it? Can I open / unscrew it from the body? Any recommendations? 🙂 Thanks for reading, D.C.
  15. Is it possible to power an ARRI SR I/II with 14.8v gold mount batteries? I understand the voltage would need to be converted to a regulated 12v, but even then is it posing a risk? I happened upon this plate: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/839205-REG/Movecam_MOV_306_0208_BATTERY_BRACKET_FOR_GOLD.html I would have to use a 3-pin male LEMO to 4-pin XLR cable to take advantage of the regulated 12v output. Is that possible, or would it pose problems? Any insight would be dearly appreciated, as I'm quite uneducated when it comes to power supplies. Thank you!
  16. I'm selling a few arriflex 16st cameras and lenses. Both cameras are working well, one looking a little worn but again, it does work well. 12-120 Angenieux zoom, 17.5-70 Angenieux zoom type L4, 10mm Cinegon, 16mm cine-xenon, 25mm, cine-xenon. no cables or batteries are included. I'm located in France and so think about shipping costs and exchange rates when considering anything here. Prices are in Euros and paypal is accepted. I'm open to any sort of configuration you would like...body only, body and zoom, primes only (although I'd rather sell all three primes as a set). One camera has a variable speed motor and the other has a fixed speed 24 fps. All lenses are standard arri mount. Photos on demand. 16st body- 400€ second 16st body 600€ 12-120 zoom 300€ 17.5-70 l4 zoom 550€ primes (3) 350€
  17. Hi everyone I’m selling a great working arriflex 16s with accessories. The camera comes with Paris angineux 12-120mm zoom lens, battery charge belt, 2 mag, torque motor, lens filters, matte box, shoulder strap, two motors, and lens cap. Camera was serviced, lubed and cleaned a month ago. I’m selling camera for $1550 or best offer.
  18. $2,500 O.B.O. Great 4x5.65 lightweight studio (swing-away) matte box for sale. In good condition. I know a few top-level ACs who prefer the MB-19 over the MB-18 or MB-20. This can mount on 15mm LWS rods, or with the included adapter, on 19mm studio rods. If you want to use with 15mm studio rods, you'd just need to pick up that adapter: K2.66040.0. Includes two 4x5.65 filter trays and it can hold a 138mm filter in the rear. Front horizontal tray holds either a 4x4 or 4x5.65 filter and rear vertical 4x5.65 filter tray is rotatable, great for positioning a grad filter just right on the horizon. Eyebrow and side brows included. Rubber bellows for 110mm included. Also included is plastic adapter to reduce 114mm to 80mm, but you'd need to buy Arri K2.52204.0 in order to use that. But then you'd also have a 114mm option. Case is a bit worn but foam is generally fine. Included hard shipping case has a small impact point near a corner (pictured in linked flickr album). Here are ten high-res pictures: https://flic.kr/s/aHskvKPSRB An excellent pdf technical resource for this matte box can be downloaded here: http://www.arri.com/camera/pro_camera_accessories/products/matte_boxes/studio_matte_boxes/studio_matte_box_mb_19/downloads/ Just click on: 29 May 2017 8.6.0 Matte Box MB-19 4x5.65 Download (pdf, 352 KB) I'm located in Brooklyn, NY. Thanks for looking.
  19. Hello, I am looking for a used super 16 package with a PL mount. I'm interested in a SR2 or SR3 or an Aaton XTR Prod. If anyone is interested in selling please let me know! Thanks!
  20. Dear All Friends, We have a kit of Used Zeiss Arriflex MK2 High Speed Lenses, including18-25-35-50-85mm T1.3. Price is USD30000. Please send e-mail to cinesolution@foxmail.com if you are interested, thank you!
  21. Trying to track down a few items for the 235: - 235 Side Bracket SBR-1 (K2.55015.0) - 235 Low Mode Handle LMH-1 (K2.55006.0) - 235 Shoulder Pad SP-1 (K2.55005.0) - 235 Camera Handgrip, Right (K2.45886.0) - Arri Universal Mounting Arm, either 120 or 240 If anyone has any of these items, please let me know.
  22. https://www.ebay.com/itm/293635925639 Purchased last year and never tested it because the cost of testing and potentially fixing at the time would have been too high. I've since purchased a Super 16mm camera. The seller who sold this to me sold it to me as a "IIC", however upon inspection, this looks to be a standard model IIB as the ground glass is not removable and the shutter is not variable. Standard IIC's aren't variable shutter, however all IICs have a removable ground glass, this one does not so it is a IIB. The rotary shutter on this particular model is a "butterfly" shutter as is with every model after the IIA. The mirror is clean including the ground glass, internals look clean as well including the 4-perf gate. The ground glass baffles are still within the glass and unbent. Power cord is not in the best condition and as shown and the 3 pin XLR will often slide out of it's metal covering. The hand grip motor is untested. Upon rotating the shutter by hand, it seems to rotate smoothly and the lens turret rotates normally as well. This model has three Arri Standard mounts, unlike some models which have two standard mounts and a single bayonet mount. The viewfinder compartment door mechanism locks and unlocks as normal, and the mechanism that closes the eyepiece works as intended. The rubber eyecup is unusable as it has dry rotted. The 400ft magazine is again untested, but seems to be in good mechanical condition. The locking mechanism on the magazine locks and unlocks normally. The feed spindles and take-up spindles spin smoothly including the footage counter. The Matte box has signs of heavy use and needs cleaning. Overall the camera body and magazine appears to be in heavily used physical condition. Serial number of this camera is Nr.4221. Price is $999.97 or best offer + $120 shipping. Shipping will include signature confirmation and insurance via USPS Priority mail and will ship one business day after the payment is made. EDIT: Before I even get the question I am going to clear this up, because I've gotten it before. I CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT THIS IS AN ACTUAL IIB AND NOT AN UPGRADED IIA. There were two models of the IIB in 1960. There was the Arriflex 35 IIB which had a 180 degree fixed shutter, and there was the Arriflex II BV which had a 0-165 degree variable shutter. It's very tricky because the serial number starts with Nr. on IIA models and No. on IIC models, but with IIB models, some used No. and some used Nr. It doesn't help that the IIB compartment doors could fit on IIAs and actually many IIAs were upgraded to IIBs by simply using the newer style magazine, compartment door, and handgrip motor. The II series started around 2000 and ended all the way well into the 15000s with the IIC meaning this could be a fairly early model IIB or a late model IIA. Either way it has the new compartment door, magazine, and handgrip motor making it either a IIA upgraded to a IIB or an actual IIB. I will say though, The internals look identical to the IIC at a glance, which the IIB was. The IIA internals were very different in appearance. It's very hard to find information about the IIA or IIB because the IIC dominated the MOS camera industry. I come to the conclusion that it is a IIB, whether upgraded or not, because in almost every instance it appears that way and I don't have an Arri technician to do a serial number lookup.
  23. $400 OBO. This mount adapter lets you mount an older Arri Standard mount or Arri Bayonet mount lens on a PL mount camera. This is the much more complex type with two spring-loaded push buttons for release, and is compatible with lenses like old Cooke Speed Panchros in Arri Standard mount. Those lenses need the holding tab that this adapter has to let you focus. Very easy to pop lenses in and out by just pressing two the side buttons. Les Bosher was known for making these, although I'm not sure who made this one. I bought this one from Visual Products about 9 years ago. Duclos sells something similar new for $700: https://www.ducloslenses.com/products/arri-standard-pl-adapter Note, this works fine on most film cameras. I used it on my Arri 3C before I sold that last year. It may not be compatible with all PL mount digital cameras like the Alexa - the protruding back can collide with interior baffles. Located in Brooklyn, NY. Thanks for looking.
  24. Hi there, I believe that this is probably something that has been discussed before. But I hope there are some new things that can be brought up with this question. I have an upcoming project in the fall, and the director and I have decided that we want to have the anamorphic look for a short we will be making. Now the flares are not the most important thing, but rather the vast image that we are going for. The problem is how to achieve it. First idea would be to use my own S16 Eclair ACL, with an PL adapter, and we were considering renting pure 1.33x anamorphics. But as far as I know, the only ones to rent at the Hawk's, and they would cost us pretty much the complete production budget to get a set. Second idea we had is to use a R16 Arriflex SR and put Kowa 2x on it. The real issue here would just be the wider shots, since we basically loose all the width in the image. Third idea is to invest in a Panasonic AG-LA7200 adapter, with a 0.25 diopter, and use B4 lenses on the ACL to get the image we are going for. I also have a person that can make a M4/3 adapter for the ACL, so any M4/3 solution would work as well, but honestly I am open to any ideas you might have. And yes, both me and director are 100% set on shooting on film stock. C
  25. Hi I just recently purchased an arriflex 16st, it works amazing. it has a mag with zoom lens. I’m new to using this camera. Does anyone know how to use shutter and aperture. Also is their any places to find accessories.
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