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Hi all: I recently acquired the DeVry 16mm camera (which I'm told is less common than the 35mm version). It is missing the lens and the hand crank. Not sure which mount this camera has. I haven't been able to locate a crank for this camera. Any suggestions?
The Hand Crank for the Cine-Kodak K-100 camera: I've owned my K-100 camera almost 20 years and have kept a look out for the hand-crank on eBay, etc. , but haven't ever come across the hand-crank , nor the motor drive shaft (which I am not as interested in , but would certainly grab one if it came up for a reasonable price). Does anyone have a lead on where to obtain such an item ? If you own one of the hand cranks would you post a series of high-res. photos showing it from different angles , photographed next to a ruler for scale ? I wonder if I could get someone to fabricate one f
I recently purchased a 1930's VITASCOPE 16mm Hand Crank Movie Camera. It's in the mail so I don't have it in hand at this time. I like to produce "artistic" and primitive B&W silent films. I'm just starting to use vintage crank cameras. Questions: Dose anyone here have experience with the VITASCOPE 16mm Hand Crank Movie Camera? What film do you use? Any tips on using it? Any information on the VITASCOPE would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
I am quite new in these things, but I have a few Filmo's. One of them is a HR version using the large magazines. When using the large magazines, the viewfinder should be "extended", otherwise it can not be used since it is to close to the body. Where can I find the piece to extend the viewfinder, it looks as if it is just a "block" that needs to be fitted between the actual viewfinder and the body of the camera. As far as the hand cranck is concerned, does a "manual" exists on how this can/should be used, since I don't want to force the thing........ By the way I live in Belgium.... not ma