The Place to find Antique, Vintage, Retro or just plain used, 8 mm Super 8 mm 9.5
mm, 16 mm Film Projectors, Slide Transparency Projectors in Various Formats and also
a selection of Camera & Darkroom Equipment. Serviced, Refurbished & Reconditioned
The first Bolex B-8 was produced with three variations of control dials. The original
model used a small swivel dial for the zoom viewfinder and speed controls. This style
was replaced on later models with a set of milled knobs. Neither are ideal; the original
is rather fragile, while the latter is extremely difficult to adjust without very
small fingers. The third variation as fitted on this model, features improved control
dials constructed of Plexiglas. The larger size allows them to be easily adjusted.
Simple to use 8 mm Cine Camera
Simple to use 8 mm Cine Camera made 1957
Excellent Condition Throughout
Comes with bespoke Eumig Leather Case
Needs new battery
Mamiya 8 mm G Model III
Mamiya 8G Model III double-8 mm movie camera. A very special object for a cinematography
collector. Less than 10. 000 units produced by SUGA Company, Ltd, Japan. Lens: removable
f 1. 9 / 13mm (clear) . A working selenium cell exposure meter is screwed onto the
camera . Uses 3 AA batteries. With batteries inserted the electric motor runs smoothly.
Not tested with film. Dimensions: 14. 0 x 11. 5 x 5. 5 cm. Weight: 0. 7 kg.
4 x Dekko 9.5 mm Cine Cameras
1 Fully Working in Case 3 Spares or Repairs
This first model cine camera has an art deco styled black Bakelite body, is sized
at 5 x 4.25 x 2.25 inch, with chromium plated controls. It has a long running clockwork
motor with a decent size folding winding key. On the side there is an inching knob,
a footage counter and a variable filming speed adjuster with speeds from 8 to 64
Yashica u-matic super 8, see Details for description, grey and silver with pistol
grip handle. Yashica was a Japanese manufacturer of cameras. The trademark rights
of Yashica are now owned by Hong Kong-based MF Jebsen group.
Electronic eye sets lens for perfect exposure automatically in any kind of weather.
Through the lens focusing reflex finder eliminates framing errors and out of focus
Fugica Single 8 P1 Cine Camera
Fully tested and working
A single 8 Ciné camera from the swinging 60’s, Incorporating a Fuginon 1:1.8 11.5mm
Fixed Focus Lens. This camera is lightweight, stylish and comfortable to hold.
Kobena TL-3 (Kopil 1967-68)
8 mm Cine Camera In Carry Case
Kobena TL-3 8 mm Cine Camera In Carry Case Built By Kopil in 1967/68
Lens: 1,8 / 10 - 30 mm
Frame rates: 12, 18, 24
Remote control socket
This simple, inexpensive 8mm. movie camera is reliable and capable of taking top
quality colour movies indoors and out. Only one simple setting is necessary. Then
just aim and shoot, for brilliant colour movies. Loading the 8mm. film is simple
and positive, too due to the recessed film-guide channel. The fast f/2.7 13mm Kodak
Ektanar Lens has a continuously variable diaphragm. The complete control over every
picture occasion is possible. Standard-thread tripod socket, for mounting camera
on a tripod. Strong molded construction ensures the camera is light to carry yet
robust enough to with stand normal wear and tear in use.
Bell & Howell Autoset III
Fully Working & Tested
Excellent condition throughout, this Standard 8 Cine camera has been fully tested
and is working.
Comar f1:8 Zoom Lens
Electronic Eye Exposure System
A/D Filter Built in
Governor controlled spring motor
Cine Kodak Eight-55. 8 mm Movie camera
With Original Hard Case
Cine Kodak Eight-55 Camera. Movie camera for double run 8mm film, 25' reels. Fitted
with a Kodak Cine Ektanon lens F:13mm f/2.7-16, in screw mount. Direct vision optical
finder with parallax marks. Sprocket less claw drive, clockwork power, approx. 30
secs. Run. Provision for exposure guide card. No. 9639. Kodak Limited.