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#1 Philippe Lignieres

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Posted 21 October 2008 - 04:18 PM

Hi everybody,

I was looking for an "how to load a bell howell magazine" topic around here.
There is one here (http://www.cinematog....php?t6473.html)
but unfortunately the links are off now.
Anybody know another link ?
My "new" Bell Howell 200 turret seems to be a nice jewel, but I have no fresh food for her...
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#2 Herb Montes

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Posted 21 October 2008 - 08:54 PM

Hi everybody,

I was looking for an "how to load a bell howell magazine" topic around here.
There is one here (http://www.cinematog....php?t6473.html)
but unfortunately the links are off now.
Anybody know another link ?
My "new" Bell Howell 200 turret seems to be a nice jewel, but I have no fresh food for her...


There is a Russian version that uses a similar magazine and here is the page on how to load a magazine:

http://www.geocities...-16-s3-film.htm
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#3 Charles MacDonald

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Posted 21 October 2008 - 09:16 PM

There is a Russian version that uses a similar magazine and here is the page on how to load a magazine:
http://www.geocities...-16-s3-film.htm

Got to hand it to the russians, they did not just copy the B&H, they improved it. The Kodak magazines don't have a spool, but use very small cores, with the film wound emulsion out. The norm for these is also double perf film.
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