Film Format - 8 mm


Bell & Howell Autoset 624EE Camera


Made by Bell & Howell in the United States in 1958, this is one of the earliest


amateur cameras with automatic exposure control.


The Autoset takes 25 feet spools of double 8 mm film.


As well as taking 16 frames per second, the camera can also take single


frames.


It is fitted with a Super Comat lens, (f: 10 mm f/1.9), it has an Auto or


Manual aperture setting and a clockwork drive.


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