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  1. MINT condition Canon AUTO FOCUS Super 8 cameras (with perfectly clear lenses and fully functioning) with original accessories, instructions plus original retail box and packaging. £200 GB Pounds each plus shipping. :) http://twitpic.com/d41cf3/full
  2. Selling my Canon AF 514 XL-S Super 8 AUTO FOCUS cine film camera for just £75 GB Pounds (in perfect working order and with a crystal clear lens) plus shipping. Only for sale as I've a new MINT in box example. http://www.twitpic.com/6arwbn :)
  3. Hey guys, So I remember reading about an auto focus system that can be used with any lens system even on extremely long lenses, but I can't seem to find the thread anywhere on here. If I remember correctly it worked with conjunction with cine-tape or something like it and would hold the focus as long as the subject was within a specified area. I may be remembering this wrong but I know that I read about it somewhere and wanted to see if I could ply the vast knowledge of this forum to refresh my memory. Thanks in advance. Gracias, Peter Klopfenstein 1st AC / Junior Camera Operator
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