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  1. I've asked around, read the manual, read online, called techs, and still can't get a straight answer on this one. I have an Eclair NPR with the Beala (Beauviala) crystal motor .. the manual states if the light goes on, sync is achieved and if the light is off, sync cannot be guaranteed. Elsewhere I see the exact opposite, and that the light is a warning that sync has been lost. I know this is because of the other motors that were made afterwards having different specs, but can anyone please tell me what the truth is on this one? Thank you!!
  2. 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
  3. Working Tobin Crystal Sync TXM 26 motor Allows the 16mm filmmaker to shoot crystal sync speeds of 7.5/12/15/24/30/48 Also allows 16mm Bolex filmmaker to shoot with HMI lights. I am throwing in my XLR battery. I can provide a video of the motor running upon request
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