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Pavan Deep

Member Since 13 Sep 2006
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 02:37 PM
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In Topic: Scoopic vs. Eclair ACL

30 October 2017 - 05:21 AM

I have experience of working with both cameras. The Scoopic is a great fun camera, incredibly easy to load, but mine was noisy and not crystal sync. I bought my ACL2 from a forum member and am very happy with it. It is very different from the Scoopic, much better, it is more compact, it’s quieter and is crystal sync. It has the most versatile lens mount and with adapters I can use virtually any lens including PL lenses.
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In Topic: Keystone 16mm Camera Help!

28 October 2017 - 05:50 AM

I am pretty sure the Keystone Executive K51 16mm has a c mount, just try and unscrew it might be a bit tough, especially if no one has ever taken it off. For the magazines you could find out more here www.toeppenfilm.com . What lens does it have? Some lenses like my Cineraptor don't need focusing as long as the subjects about 1 metre away.

 

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In Topic: Could Digital Kill Film?

14 October 2017 - 03:14 PM

Personally I think Eclair cameras are great. Thanks in that picture it's the Ikonoskop Kinoptik 9mm c-mount.

 

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In Topic: Could Digital Kill Film?

14 October 2017 - 03:01 PM

My  set up, it has taken me almost two years to put together. It’s an Éclair ACL 2 which has been modified to Super 16, I have some 200ft magazines for it, they haven’t been modified to Super 16, the guy that serviced the camera told me that I didn’t need them converting, they don’t scratch film. I have used a viewfinder from an old CP-16 and have the Eclair ergonomic handle for it, I have built an on board battery by using a Canon 12 volt NC –E2.. The camera's small, quiet running and makes great movies.

 

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In Topic: Could Digital Kill Film?

14 October 2017 - 07:27 AM

I agree looking at cameras is far more interesting as for the debate, it used to be video might kill film and that went on for over 20 years, but film is still here. All artist needs as many tool available.

 

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