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  1. Hi all, I'm looking to purchase an orientable Angenieux viewfinder for the Eclair NPR. I have the original Kinoptic viewfinder which is being laser brightened soon, but I would love to have an orientable vf in the kit. Let me know if anyone has any leads! Thank you, Tristan
  2. I know this is going to sound dumb, but I have an Eclair NPR camera and I cannot find the serial number on it. I removed the motor, I looked all over the place and I couldn't find it. This specific unit was modified by Les Bosher, so they may have removed the plate or something. They changed the tourret and maybe the serial number was there. I want to send the camera to service and it would be nice to know what the serial number is so I can have more info about the camera. Thanks
  3. I'm ready to do some tests with my Eclair NPR camera and I have some questions after practicing loading the magazines... Obviously I'm missing something simple and I've spent some time searching yet haven't found the answers so please forgive the basic questions: 1) Can someone explain the importance of the "loop"? It's very specific about 12 images with 6 on each side. I don't think the manual I have explains why this is important and what will happen if the frame count of the loop is incorrect or if it's out of alignment. Will it effect the image? Will there be flickering? 2) Assuming the loop is important, why is it necessary to then press the film into the magazine? (thus reducing the loop, I count 8 frames after my loop is pressed in). The videos I've seen go to some length to detail exactly how the loop is formed... only to quickly say "and then when you're done you press it in and load it onto the camera..." Again please forgive my ignorance and thanks for your patience -B
  4. I'm looking for a power source for my Eclair NPR 16mm camera and I think I'm starting to get a rough idea of what to look for (still open to suggestions tho) but one key question: does a higher frame rate require more volts? The manuals I've seen online suggest a 12 volt, 3-5 Amh battery to power the Perfectone motor but I've seen discussions about the motor stopping as soon as the FPS rate goes up. Someone who appeared more knowledgeable than myself said the higher frame rate would require higher voltage. Possibly up to 15 volts. However I've also read discussions where people warn against using a battery or power source that is rated higher than the suggested voltage for the motor. Any thoughts or experiences with this subject? Thanks
  5. I recently purchased an Eclair NPR with Perfectone motor from some one who doesn't know much about it. While practicing to adjust the shutter with some stripped clear film leaded in the mag, I noticed that the film gate covers the film aspect and one perforation side. Does this mean that the camera has been modified to super 16?
  6. PRICE: €600 -------- Here is my set. I don't use this camera any more, so maybe someone could be happy with this old workhorse. It is still in good working conditions. And it's regular 16 format. ECLAIR NPR 16mm body Kinoptik viewfinder Angenieux (orientable) viewfinder Perfectone 24/25 sync motor 3x magazines 1x spare magazine (not working) C-mount - Canon FD adapter CA mount - Arri bayonet C-mount - Arri standard 4pin XLR cable 12v battery 15mm rods I can give for free Canon 15-150mm c-mount lens - in bad shape - hazed images. here's part of film, I've shot with this particular camera: I'm located in Slovak Republic, Europe. The camera set is heavy so I think shipping fee for E.U. could be about €100
  7. ECLAIR NPR 400 Foot Magazine Late-model with two-piece pressure plate. Doors seal well, good working condition. $100 + shipping PICTURES AND MORE INFO: http://www.16mmdirectory.org/marketplace_items/102 Contact a@alainletourneau.com
  8. I have got these things: Eclair NPR 16mm body 3x magazines 1x spare magazine Perfectone motor Angenieux viewfinder Kinoptik viewfinder C-mount - Canon FD adapter CA - Arri bayonet adapter 15mm rods Please, if you want some stuff, or whole set, let me know. All things just sits on a shelf. I'm from Slovak Republic, Europe.
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