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#1 Jose Argumedo

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 12:08 PM

Hello everyone! I've recently come across a Bell And Howell 200EE camera and I've been dying to try it out. The only problem is that it didn't come with a reloadable mag. If anyone can point me in the right direction to where I could possibly find one, I'd greatly appreciate it. 


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#2 Philippe Lignieres

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 05:06 PM

Very difficult to find. Alan Gordon enterprise was selling it.

http://www.alangordo...s/16mm/16mm.php

 

 

 "GORDON G.S.A.P. MINICAM-16 CAMERA KIT
Day Rate $125.00

This classic Bell & Howell G.S.A.P. (Gun Sight Aiming Point) 16mm camera, famous for its footage of World War II air-to-air combat, has been completely modernized for today's action filming. Lightweight, and small enough to pack into a camera bag, the Minicam-16 is frequently mounted onto a helmet for exciting bike racing, skiing, motor racing , skydiving shots, etc. The camera is easily mounted on the sides of vehicles, bikes, airplanes, etc. for those unusual point-of-view sequences coveted by action directors.

The Gordon G.S.A.P. Minicam-16 weighs less than 2.5 lbs and its dimensions are 3.5"H x 2.5"W x 6"L. The camera accepts a 50' magazine load and comes complete with 24V DC batteries, chargers, power cable with in-line switch, Huber mount, and adjustable L bracket."

 

anyway, this kind of magazine is only for 2R film and very difficult to load by your own.

you can find hat at :

http://www.javaphoto.com/16mmpage.html

 

16MM MAGAZINE CAMERAS
we have several Kodak and B&H Magazine 16mm cameras
these are wind up cameras that take 50' 16mm magazines
I use one often
$129 to $150 with 25mm lens
 
we have plenty of plus x 16mm magazine film for these cameras
$45/roll
 
we have kodak plus x reloads $10 each (50')
the mags can be reloaded with any 16mm film

 


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#3 Philippe Lignieres

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 05:08 PM

By the way, a 50' magazine is 1'20 à 24 fps...


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#4 Philippe Lignieres

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Posted 11 July 2013 - 02:19 PM

Here is a link to the 16mm B&H magazine, if you want to reload it...

http://krasnofilmoan...ucs-et-machins/

Sorry, still in french, not translated yet.


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