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Stanislav Schubert

Shooting on Debrie Parvo 35 mm movie camera 1930s

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I with friends in Russia was tasted old France 35 mm movie camera, Andre Debrie Le Parvo model L, 1930s. First video- review in Russian and test to black and white film stock Svema M3-3. I make first video with Debrie Parvo camera on 35 mm film, film stocks test scan full HD and backstage you can see.

 

English subtitles included! Enjoy!

 

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Great stuff, thanks for sharing your adventure!

 

Do you know if the light leaks on the sides of the frame are coming from the camera or are they from the self processing?

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Ahh so its maybe the canisters the film is held in or something like that. Just seems very odd there are is so much over exposing on the sides.

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Yea I saw that video too... I do think there is a pretty serious light leak in the camera somewhere. Maybe next time ya shoot, if you tape the living crap out of all the seals it may go away?

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Wonderful!  If you were shooting at 24 fps ...

3 cranks per second is a tremendous challenge!

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