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  1. Hello Everyone, I just released my latest short film, POKERS, that I wrote, directed, and co-starred in, along with my producing partner and DP (who is also a member of this forum). It's a 9 minute short about four men sharing their perspectives on their shared occupation during a game of poker. It was shot on 16MM Fujifilm Eterna 250 via Arri HR3 HS in Super 16. I would love it hear any feedback and criticism. I am still very new to filmmaking and look forward to learning and growing. I hope you enjoy it:
  2. Offered for sale is a very clean used Aaton XTR Plus super-16mm camera system. The camera had a top-to-bottom overhaul at the Aaton factory in Grenoble approx 15 yrs ago and has been maintained by Abel Cine Tech since then. It has been stored for a few years and will get a service checkout in my shop prior to sale. At present it runs very quietly and draws .5 amp at 12.8 Volts without a magazine, which is right where it should be. This is a personal DP unit that has never been in rental service AFAIK. Package Consists of: Aaton XTR Plus camera body (# 16xx) w/PL mount , 1.66/ TV viewing screen, time code, hand grip, thread-in support rods. 1-Custom integrated B&W video assist with interchangeable cameras (included camera is B&W SD composite video). Mount is C-mount. Video tap has manual controls for image size, focus, centering and iris. 2-400' DX magazines 1-Media Logic Xtal speed control (6-54 fps in .001 frame increments) 1-Oppenheimer Np-1 battery adapter 4-NP-1 Ni-Cad batteries (power cycled and tested, may need replacement soon) IDX 4-place charger for NP-1 1-Aaton 16V battery for frame rates btwn 37-54fps (new cells) 1-16V charger Camera power cable for external batteries (XLR 4-pin) Aaton Origin-C time code clock w/cables Canon 8-64mm T2.4/PL mount Super-16mm zoom lens Canon 2-stage 4x4" clamp on 95mm filter holder sunshade for 8-64mm Tiffen 4x4" filters: 85; 85ND3, 85ND6 Cases for all Price: US$ 10,500.00 + shipping (Equip is located in Seattle WA USA) Email for more photos etc.: cp@seriousgear.com Charles Pickel www,seriousgear.com
  3. I came across this teaser for a documentary by Alexandre Favre called Bolex: The Last Employee and thought the readers of this forum might appreciate it. https://vimeo.com/150185992 The contemporary footage was shot using a Bolex modified for super 16, and the audio was recorded on a Nagra. The historical footage and commentary is interesting. Particularly the bit about small camera assembly lines being staffed by women, who were presumed to be more agile than men. The level of precision and craftsmanship that went into these machines is pretty inspiring. I'm looking forward to seeing the full length documentary when it's released.
  4. Up for sale is the Eclair NPR Super 16mm camera package in great condition. Package comes with these: - Camera converted to Super 16, with a PL Mount & "C" Mount; ground glass re-centered for S16. - Lens converted from its "CA" Mount to PL Mount. - Battery, cable and charger replaced and tested to be fully functional. Items also included: - Angenieux 9.5 / 95mm... 1:2.2 lens PL Mount + sun visor and directional rod. - Protective cover and soundproofing / blimp... for camera. - 2 120meters magazines. - Perfectone motor. - 1 Flight case. - Facsimile of the original instructions for use. The Price is 2550 GBP. Items location is the UK. Camera and lens conversion fully done by Les Bosher; battery, cable and charger with modern components also replaced and tested by him. Camera recently serviced (20th January, 2019), and operation checked by the same camera engineer, it's all ready to shoot. No issues. Images below shows the items that come with the package. Attached Images:
  5. Hi, I'm looking for any ARRI Zeiss Ultra 16 lenses for sale. Seeking a set of five or six lenses. Feet markings. Open to single lenses. Preferring in this focal range: 8, 9.5, 12, 14, 18, 25mm. Feel free to message or email me any offers or leads. jjwalker.work at gmail dot com. Thanks, -jj
  6. I'm looking for a Transvideo (or similar) monitor for a color video tap on an A-Minima. Anyone looking to sell one of these?
  7. Hello! I am new to cinematography.com but very much enjoy getting to know the community! So I have a few lenses I would sell or trade - one is this - in my opinion really amazing S16 wide angle: I just don't use it often enough - so better off with someone who might need it regularly. Century Precision Optics 6mm T1.9 Series 2000 Super 16 Arri PL Mount Film Lens Super wide angle lens for Super 16 or cropped Sensors (like Red, F55, Blackmagic Pocket or S16 film etc). Very fast at T 1.9 with as little distortion as possible for a lens that wide. Has nearly 330 degrees focus throw and works like a charm. Arri PL mount, smooth focus and aperture gears. Glass is in excellent condition, no fungus, nothing visible inside the lens. Some sings of use on the mount and also on the outer body (as you see in the images). This is a professional and solid lens - excellent built quality and excellent visual performance. Should there be any questions, don't hesitate to ask. Asking for 1700$ Better quality pics: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1dlpmg2rid771m3/AABGsUyFTzvwto2QczEtRQtxa?dl=0 Located in Vienna, Austria - pickup or shipping worldwide
  8. Hello, (A summary of my questions are bullet pointed below the first paragraph) I am looking at buying a Bolex with the purpose of doing a few short films and music videos over the next 12 months . This will also be the first 16mm film camera I own and I good starting point before I move on to a 16sr3 advanced. I have done my research on the camera and most answers say the SBM, EBM and Rex 4 and 5 models are the best to convert to super 16. However I feel I need to ask a more basic question on what people in this forum would suggest, as I can ask more direct questions and hopefully get more specific answers. I know the basic benefits of converting to Super 16, but I'm more interested in what bolex model people would suggest is the best for the job. I could spend between £1,200-£1,500 on the camera but obviously if a cheaper option is just as good that'd be fantastic. I have seen some super 16 SBM for around $2,999 so yes! So here are my questions in summary. -What is the best model in my price range to buy to convert to super 16? -This may sound stupid but I know the issues with the beamsplitter and the widening of the viewfinder with conversion, but can a PL mount be put on the camera without it having undergone the conversion, as have read and seen people putting Zeiss super speeds on these cameras. - If the new faceplate reads bolex H super 16, what bolex model was that before the conversion (again may sound stupid). I do have more questions on the topic, but once I get a reply I may ask more ahah. I am hoping to do a project in late June this year so If anyone has any information they might think is helpful that would be much appreciated. Many thanks, Will
  9. I've had a lot of fun with this camera, but would like to upgrade to a Bolex after discussion on this forum. Up on ebay at the moment: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/273566611007 For examples of footage from this camera see http://www.vimeo.com/16mmlondon (Not all clips are from this camera, but are clearly described if they are) PM me if interested as I will giver preference to people on this forum. Cheers Glen
  10. Angenieux zoom f/2.8 15-150 mm : Very good condition. Lenses perfectly clear. No funguns, no scratches, nos cleaning marks, no inside separation. Focus runs smoothly. Possible to add a little crank on the side. PL mount Cleaned, lubricated and collimated at P+S Technik, Munich Producing perfect image. Will fit on Super 16 camera ( Bolex, Arriflex, Aaton) and digital camera as Panasonic GH4, GH5, BMPCC... Full coverage on Super 16 format. No vignetting on BMPCC. A must have !! This lens is mine, never rented, used on my documentary films with a great satisfaction. Located in Europe. More pictures on request. price : 650 Euros ( shipping taxes + insurance included ). ebay link : https://www.ebay.fr/itm/Angenieux-zoom-15-150-f-2-8-Super-16-GH4-GH5-BMPCC/323453032351?hash=item4b4f4d979f:g:SewAAOSwSupboP9b
  11. Glen Brownson

    Next step?

    I currently have a Krasnogorsk K3 (converted to S16) and a Canon Scoopic 16M. I've used both several times over the last couple of years and have learned a lot with them. I've managed to get some good results, however, although there are things about both that I like, they each have things about them that I dislike. K3 + Rugged, cheap, large choice of M42 lenses available, Super 16, stable speed control, compact, reflex - Wind up, tricky to load, light leaks, Standard Meteor lens 'soft' (i.e slightly out of focus) at widest settings, unstable registration, reliability issues 16M + Easy to load and use, electric, affordable (but not cheap), reliable, good registration, reflex (but dim in low light), good macro, not too bulky, - Fixed lens - soft at widest setting, speed noticeably unstable (probably fault with my camera), dim reflex at higher f stop The common problem with getting sharp images with wide angle views is the biggest problem I have with these. So, I'm still looking for my 'perfect' camera. I'd like a hand held, reflex, electric camera with changeable lenses. Hopefully easy/quick to load. Super 16 preferred, but not essential. I'm also on a limited budget, maximum £1500 I guess. Two possibilities I can think of are: Beaulieu R16 and Bolex EBM (£££?) I nearly got a R16 with an (Angineux?) motorised lens, but I was put off the motorised lens due to reliability and dislike of controlling lenses with motors rather than manually. I don't know much about either of those, would they be better choices or do they have their own issues that cause user's problems? Have I missed other possible options that may be suitable? Thanks for any help you can give.
  12. Bob Hobbs

    Video Tap

    Hey, Long time reader.. Needing a little help to wrap my head around a possible video tap option for my ikonoskop SP-16 https://www.ebay.ca/itm/JURGENS-COLOR-VIDEO-TAP-35mm-Arri-35-3-C-Mount-Arriflex-SONY-CCD-Camera-WORKS/182862271583?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649 Could anyone let me know a little more about this product? I'm wondering about power options, also just a general understanding of how it works in relation to a C-mount camera (how does the CCD work in relation to the film stock, where is my light going??? Also, Anyone see any reasons this won't work for a video assist for my NON-reflex Camera.) Really looking to get this camera reflex without paying $6000USD for the Duall Conversion. Thanks! Bob!
  13. SALE ITEM and LOCATION CANON 7 - 63 w/ PL mount located in Bangkok, Thailand DESCRIPTION serial No:: 911006D This lens was part of a kit for S16 I have been collecting over the years, and it was no small task to source it in these conditions (I had to go through many duds before getting to this jewel). The Canon 7 - 63 really needs no presentation, it's the successor the much acclaimed "The Hurt Locker" zoom lens Canon 8 - 64. Most likely it's one of the best zoom lenses ever made for Super 16. Shall you want to dig it further, have a look here http://cinematechnic.com/resources/optics_for_super-16 Focus, zoom and aperture run smoothly all the way, no sticky bits. Both the front and the back glass have no fungus, no scratches, no marks. I can spot some dust here and there in the elements but nothing I would consider worthy of consideration. Cosmetically please see pics. I would personally rate this lens to be in excellent cosmetic conditions, especially considering its age. Lens has been always kept in an A/C, non-smoking room. Hard to let this baby go, it really is a RARE item - but I need to make different business investments. TERMS PAYPAL OR BANK WIRE ONLY. Buyer pays shipping, fees & import duties (if any). I have tons of positive feedback on Ebay shall you want to look me up. Item ships Worldwide. PRICE 4500$ for the lens CONTACT PM me please IMAGES https://drive.google.com/open?id=1yn...3hMknbMAKnW89h
  14. Hello, Newly graduated cinematography student is looking to buy Bolex camera (SB, SBM, EL) at a reasonable price. I'm interested in S16, but because of budget send me message if you have regular 16 Bolex :lol: Or veeeeery cheap Arriflex SR2. :unsure: Location: Belgrade, Serbia (but I have friend of mine in Berlin, Germany) PM.
  15. I'd like to find a 2-perf, 3-perf or Super 16 camera. My budget is $3,000-5,000. My first choice would be for a 2-perf with a lens, second choice is a 3-perf with lens and third choice is a Super 16 with a lens. My range on price is with the expectation that a 2-per or 3-perf with a lens is going to be on the high end of my budget while a Super 16 with no lens should be at the low end. Of course if someone has an Arricam ST 2-perf with some Cooke lenses they like to sell me for $3,000, I'd be happy to be proven wrong on my price estimates. :D Seriously, if I'm way off on my price expectations, please let me know. If you have a film camera that's been sitting unused or under utilized, please consider dusting it off and sending it to a good home. I have a short I'd like to shoot in December with kids from the local theater club and crew from the local University. If we can pull that off, we've got plans for a feature to shoot in June.
  16. 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
  17. Hey guys! Looking to buy a standard 16mm or Super 16 kit. With or without lens. Budget of around $5k Shoot me a PM if you have anything available.
  18. Here's a Bayonet Bolex... with carrying handle and motor option... https://www.ebay.com/itm/292595881532?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2648
  19. Hello all you Bolex gurus out there... OK, I have a Bolex H16 REX 5 that threads nicely and seems to be running well. The camera maintains the loop while running with out a take-up reel... But as soon as the take-up reel used the loop begins to be lost. But note not all take-up reels cause this... I switched out take-up reel and some reels work fine and some do not. and it seems to be consistent. any ideas on what causes this to happen? Arthur!
  20. WTB ARRI 416 Package Please reach out with any leads. Thanks in advance! Cale Nichols calenichols@live.com 310-422-3568 www.calenichols.com
  21. Anyone have an Arri/Zeiss Ultra16 18mm they'd be interested in selling?
  22. I've recently purchased my first S16 camera (Aaton XTR Prod) and I'm looking to make an investment in a zoom lens I can use for allround purposes and no-budget projects that I can still use on productions where we have the budget to rent e.g. Ultra16s, Super Speeds, S4s/SK4s - Hoping someone in here can give me some advice on the topic. I'm interested in a zoom that has the following properties: PL Mount Close focus of 0.75m or closer Has at least 12-30mm range Preferably ~T2.8 or faster Covers S16 fully For these requirements I've narrowed my options down to either: Angenieux HR 11.5-138 T2.3 Angenieux HR 7-81 T2.4 Cooke 10.4-52mm T2.8 (CVK) Cooke 10.8-60 T3* (CVK) Cooke 10-30 T1.6 (CVP) Cooke 9.5-53 T1.6 (CVT) Cooke 10.6-52 T1.65 (CVT) I didn't include the Canon Zooms as I don't feel like they give me the look I am going for. I also didn't include Zeiss Vario Sonnars in the list because their close focus is too far. But they may be workable with a diopter. I'm afraid of losing sharpness however. Any thoughts? Any other lenses that I might have missed in my research are much appreciated. Do you have any advice on these lenses. And which do you prefer?
  23. FS:ZEISS HIGH SPEED SUPER 16 (9.5mm, 12mm, 16mm, 25mm, 50mm)
  24. For the purposes of future testing for a project, I would like to get some opinions on the various characteristics of some Super 16mm primes. Flares, bokeh, sharpness, contrast, color temperature, the works. Lenses in particular I would appreciate information on are... Zeiss Super Speed Mk 1 Zeiss Super Speed Mk 2 Optar Illumina s16 Cinema Products Ultra T Any other prime sets that have both 16mm & 25mm focal lengths. I'm really only interested in prime lens sets, no single primes like the Angenieux 5.9mm or any zoom lenses.
  25. Dear Cinematographers, Was intending to shoot film and lens tests with a super 16 Krasnogorsk-3, in preparation for a project done on an Aaton XTR PROD. Now is there any way that I might use the M42 mount lenses for the Krasnogorsk (namely, Zenitar 16/2.8; Pentax Super-Takumar 50/1.4; &c.), later on for the Aaton? Do they have M42 to Aaton adapters? Someone else posed this question awhile ago, but they never received any clear answers. Sincerely Grateful, Kurt Cassidy-Gabhart
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