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  1. I have just purchased to cameras: Canon 514XL-S (Canosound) Canon 814XL Electronic Which one is best, and why? I want to know before I shoot my passion project. I am using these films: Kodak Vision 3 - 50D Kodak Vision 3 - 200T Kodak Tri-X Reversal Thanks
  2. I have just purchased two cameras. Canon 514XL-S (Canosound) Canon 814XL Electronic I am planning to film indoors with artificial light/tungsten bulbs and Kodak Vision 3 - 200T. A am new in the Super 8 game, but this is a project I take very seriously. What do I have to do to get the best results with these cameras and this film, regarding to settings etc? Thanks.
  3. Excellent camera crammed full of features, in perfect working order (tested with Tri-X), with a crystal clear lens and C8 wide lens attachment! Specifications: Model: Canon 514 XL-S Year: 1976-1983 Weight: 1500 g Lens: Canon zoom 1.4 / 9 - 45 mm Macro focusing Split Image Focusing Auto / Manual Zoom Frame rates: 18, 24 + single frame (SINGLE FRAME ONLY VIA CABLE RELEASE OR REMOTE) Shutter degree: 220 Auto Exposure - accepts ISO 25D, 40T, 100D, 160T, 160D and 250T film Aperture Lock EE Control for Backlight etc Remote control socket Auto / Manual Recording Level Control 6 X AA batteries + No separate battery for light meter Made in Japan £100 GB Pounds plus shipping from the UK. :)
  4. All are fully tested with 100D or Tri-X film and have crystal clear lenses! Canon 514XL-S - £50 GB Pounds Yashica 50XL - £40 GB Pounds Bolex Jubilee - £40 GB Pounds Sankyo XL-320 - £35 GB Pounds I accept PayPal gift payments and please just ask for details and shipping options, THANKS! :)
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