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  1. Hi. I have 2 Arriflex 16BL's (4 mags), and every single time I load film into one, regardless of which magazine I use, this happens. See video posted here.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmZgD-JbLFI&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=BrendanCollins Anyone have any idea? Motor seems to slow down with film as well, runs at normal speed when no mag is on the camera. Occasionally will run film just fine without this grinding noise. Both cameras do it. Never have had a problem before. I took the assembly out and I don't see any stripped or worn gears internally... SOS Thanks
  2. Hello, I needed to post this comment and ask for some advice. It is sad that my first comment in this forum is about a negative feedback of a supposedly good reputable camera service engineer, but I just felt that I have to tell this. I have been reading this forum for many years, although I never commented until now. I am self taught filmmaker with a burning passion for analogue film, so this forum was a fantastic help and guidance over the years. I bought an Arriflex 16 s/b camera 4-5 years ago from Cinema Camera Engineering Company in Los Angeles. I contacted them through th
  3. Hi all, I've finally published an entry on the Arri 16St in my cinetinker blog, documenting a full strip down and service that I did about 5 years ago. It's far from a definitive guide, but it does go through the various steps involved in disassembling one of these beautiful cameras, and details a few of the things a technician would check. I was initially hesitant to publish it, because it does require some specialised tools and without some experience it's very easy to do more harm than good by disassembling something as precisely calibrated as an Arriflex camera, but then there se
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