Paillard Bolex H-16 M 16mm Movie Camera With SOM Berthiot Pan Cinor 70 Zoom Lens


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Paillard Bolex, a Swiss manufacturer of professional and home movie equipment during the 1930s through the 1960s.
Serial No: 155838 From 1958
The camera was ideal for heavy zoom lenses, such as the Pan Cinor, since the fixed mount provided sturdy support.
Includes the SOM Berthiot Pan Cinor 70 (17.5mm-70mm f/2.4) Zoom Lens with viewfinder). This lens has a built-in viewfinder which offers through-the-lens viewing and framing of the subject.
Camera Specification:
Highly polished duraluminium body, covered in genuine Morocco leather. Metal parts are chrome-plated.
Uses 100ft (30m) and 50ft (15m) daylight loading spools of 16mm film.
Automatic threading and loop forming.
Constant speed, spring motor mechanism; governor controlled.
Accommodates a single interchangeable C mount lens.
8, 16, 24, 32 and 64 frames per second.
Finger-tip release on the front of the camera. A side release allows for locked, hands-free running or single frame exposures.
144 degree aperture shutter.
Footage counter adds and subtracts accurately in forward or reverse motion.
Twin dial counts frames individually and in total.
Time lapse and animation is possible by using the side release button.
Clutch disengages spring motor and permits forward movement and backwind without running down the spring; allows for dissolves and superimposition.
Tripod socket with 3/8″ thread
Dimentions: 8 1/2″ x 6″ x 3″
Weight: Approximately 5 1/2 lbs
Good condition with no damage. Minor marks from use.
Includes an empty take-up spool.
All you will need, apart from film stock, and ready to start filming.