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  1. Hi everyone I've been rebuilding an early 50's vintage H16 which was completely frozen, and so far I've dissembled the camera, cleaned it, obtained new parts where needed, and have actually reassembled the workings. It runs! And yes, I have a repair manual which has been essential to this project. I realize there's much more to it like alignment and adjustment, but until the camera is film tested can it be determined if the rebuild was a success. And I do intend to use it once this is done. This camera will compliment my vintage H8 and REX1. The REX was professionally serviced. Anyway, thank you for staying with me, now if anyone has tips, advice, sources, parts, etc, please, anything would be appreciated. Right now, I'm looking for light seal materials. My supplier informed me sealing material for older cameras is no longer available, but didn't elaborate on substitute materials or methods. If anyone has information, how to, or advice, please and thank you! Also, are there special lubricants for the Bolex? If so, what type? Are they easily available? And what substitutes an be used? Well, thank you folks, I intend to get this camera running, and I have discovered that taking it apart was a challenge but was easier than I thought; and putting back together isn't that hard. The challenge is the adjust, sync and alignment. I sincerely thank each and everyone one of you who respond with anything, including stories and anecdotes about using these great cameras Cheers Gil in Washington DC USA
  2. Fellow artists, my name is Qazi, I am a professional Cinematographer, Editor, Colorist in LA. I run a studio called The Post Village. For those who are brand new to filmmaking and not sure what's next. Let's start here. I curated a list of essential PRODUCTION gear you need to get started and become the ultimate content creating machine. Watch the FULL video here: FREE LUT (Teal and Orange) included for those who are interested. Created from scratch by me. I will show you how to properly use it at the end of the video. Check the video description on YouTube. Bless up!
  3. 10 NEW FEATURES in DaVinci Resolve 16 BETA 2 In this video, I will share my top 10 favorite features that are newly added with the latest BETA 2 update in R16. If you are on the fence and need a nudge to upgrade to Resolve 16, this video might do the trick. FULL VIDEO When you are plowing through 100s, sometimes 1000s of shots a day, time is the most important factor in determining your success or failure. The features you will see in this video will help you save a significant amount of time and make you a much more efficient colorist. Reply and let me know if you found these features helpful. And guys, I will be giving away a FREE Powergrade. Watch the video to find out more. As always, I do my best to make these videos entertaining and fun to watch.
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