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  1. I've noticed in a still photo of filmmaker William Klein made of him while at the May 1968 protests in Paris, (while he was shooting for his film "May Days - Grands soirs et petits matins") it looks like he's using an Eclair ACL with the 200ft magazine (photo attached). Most of the documentation on the ACL I've found online seems to indicate this camera was first produced in 1972. Were examples of the ACL made available before 1972? Or is this an NPR with a 200ft magazine? Thanks, Mark Palo Alto, California USA
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