CINE-STAR-ARCHIVE-FILMS

Movie Equipment

Eumig P8" Imperial8mm

Eumig "Imperial" P8 Austrian
This was my first bought for £5.00 off a market stall in the 1980s
Robust and precision built. These little machines, produced in the 50s were a little tricky to load but were gentle with the film and forgiving to the projectionist if loaded wrong or if the film broke.

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Bolex H8 Reflex

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Hand Operated Viwer

Bolex reflex 8mm 50s Swiss.
This model used 16mm film but exposed the film down one side at a time. Then the processing lab would split the film down the middle, and join both ends together. Thus fifty foot of 16mm became 100ft of 8mm.

These are your bsic starter for working with film .Hand operated and mostly silent they allow inspection without damage. The basics are the same with all models with 8and super8 on one machine, 9.5 and 16mm require seperate machines

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Steen Beck ST1900

We are fortunate to be able to tackle 16mm projects armed with our trusty steenbeck.
We sort through bulk purchases donations and gifts with ease, and at a speed that we could not match by hand and allows us to hear the sountrack of old documentaries

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