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#1 Kirk Anderson

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Posted 17 December 2006 - 09:41 PM

I have an old Gaf st/110, which I believe is actually a chinon camera, becuase it has a chinon lens and I've heard this model was made in japan rather than china. Anyhoo, I can't seem to find any info on super8wiki or other sites. I googled it 1000x and I can't find any good info. It seems to be overlooked and no one has any specs.....the reason I ask is because it is missing the metal plate that tells the FPS. it has two speeds, fast and faster and also a slow motion button. I think it is 18 and 24, but no site says what FPS this camera came with. Also inside the film compartment it says it will meter the basic 100 and 200, but also says 64! If this is true it would be a perfect camera for auto exposure with the new kodak.
just a few questions and wondering if anyone has used this camera before.
also what is anscomatic?
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Posted 21 December 2006 - 01:16 AM

anyone? I'm giving this camera to my little bro for snowboarding vids and was either going to give him black and white 100 or 64t. a great x-mas present to get him started in super 8.
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#3 Mark Dunn

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Posted 21 December 2006 - 11:36 AM

If it has a speed switch it's 18 and 24, and the slow motion will be 36fps. I don't know about 100 and 200,
it should meter for 40ISO (25 in daylight) and Ektachrome 160 (100 in daylight, or 160 for the type G without the 85 filter). If the speed selector has more than one feeler it will read other speeds- the measurements are on wiki.
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