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#1 Sam Hand

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Posted 03 June 2015 - 07:45 AM

I recently acquired an Arri 2c that is cosmetically really clean and unabused, I have a question regarding the the 1:85 glass frame you see with the door removed (eyepiece), it is very hazy and dirty when you look through the eyepiece (when attached) and looking in with door removed it looks foggy, now you can see the lines and text (1:85) center + sharply but it seems on the other side it's foggy and there are flecks dust etc.  It makes focusing with the standard set of Arri primes difficult, like looking through a diffusion filter or Vaseline on a lens!

 

I have cleaned the prime lenses and eyepiece back and front but cannot find a way to access this piece and I have a great degree of trepidation messing with the internal areas without some clear guidance. I can see the one side of it with the door removed and its reflection from the first diagonal mirror you see with the eyepiece/door removed,  

 

 

Also can anyone reccomend a 12v DC power source.  This is MOS camera setup not crystal.

 

I will post pix later today.  Thanks for any help:)

 

 

 

 


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Posted 03 June 2015 - 10:12 AM

http://www.cinematog...-1294441373.jpg Showing the glass component that is foggy (not actual pic) with bars/wire in front.


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