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Arri SR2 Power Switch


Austin Comer
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Hello, 

My SR2 powers on right when I connect the battery. Is there suppose to be a on/off/standby power switch like in the photo below? Or is that just how some model are? Usually I won't attach the battery until right before I'm ready to roll, to just make sure it isn't left rolling unintentionally or draining the battery. 

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The standby switch was used to power up the automatic aperture system in SR2s that had the internal lightmeter and auto-aperture installed, but it wasn't necessary in the models without it. You should be able to control camera run by sliding the switch up and down.

See:

https://cinematography.com/index.php?/topic/79465-arriflex-sr2-missing-film-speed-control/

 

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