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  1. I've acquired a Bell & Howell Filmo 70DR in great shape, but that hadn't been used for a while. I lubed it with sewing machine oil and it works great. Was never really used that much based on cleaning the gate, not much film emulsion. The critical focuser, is viewable, however has a fair amount dust and residue. I obtained a copy of the B&H service manual and it mentions that special alignment tools are required and the focuser should not be removed or taken apart. Is there a way to take this focuser apart and clean it without special tools? It looks like a modular unit with a mirror. Or is this something best left for professional camera technicians? It's not a major obstacle to using this camera, but it would be nice to have a clean critical focuser. Thank you, Mark Eastman Palo Alto, California
  2. I need a part for a Filmo 70 DA 16mm motion picture camera. It is possibly called the 'shuttle tooth pull down', located in the front turret assembly of the Filmo 70 DA. The one pictured is for 2R film. I would willing to use a 1R 'shuttle tooth. Thanks Michael Leake
  3. Hi I’m looking into buying a filmo 70Dr I wanted to know if people can share had scans of the camera. i want to see how good of quality this camera can reach
  4. I've just finished documenting the complete strip down of a Bell & Howell 35mm Eyemo: http://cinetinker.blogspot.com.au/ Very similar mechanically to a 16mm 70 series Filmo. These cameras have an uncased spring, so they can be very dangerous to dismantle. Personally I wouldn't recommend inexperienced people doing anything more than removing the front. But I figure if people are going to try it they're better off having some idea of what's inside.
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