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They are x-ray camera used in cardiac catheterization and other interventional radiolgy procedures. The parts from the one i bought work great on my 35IIc


Wow...interesting. Thanks!

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It's ARRI's most sold (film) camera, so used ones were/are quite easy to get. The cameras were quite popular as crash cameras. Note it doesn't have a viewfinder and a different lens mount.


I think the mechanism is a bit different from the 35-IIc, so in case you get one for parts check with James which parts are actually usable.

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Can it be used to film? I haven't found a manual online, but if it can shoot at lower speeds than 150fps I'd be interested. I'm also curious/worried about the power supply..

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