DON'T HESITATE TO CONTACT ME WITH YOUR REASONABLE OFFER. HEY, YOU NEVER KNOW, MAYBE YOUR OFFER PRICE WILL BE ENOUGH FOR ME TO. DON'T HESITATE TO MAKE A REASONABLE OFFER. Sorry, I know nothing about movie cameras. Vintage Bolex Paillard H-16 Supreme 16mm Camera # 98566 1954 With Three.
All lenses are clean with clean glass and no haze, fog and marks, and smooth. No camera grip and case.
THREADING: Automatic threading and loop forming. The end of the film is simply placed. In a channel leading to the feed sprocket.
The release is pressed and the film is. Then automatically threaded throughout the entire mechanism. MOTOR: Constant speed, spring motor mechanism; governor controlled. Downward and attaches to camera when not in use.
8:1 external drive shaft permits the attachment of an electric motor. TURRET: Rotating turret with folding lever; Accommodates three interchangeable C.
VIEWFINDER: Eye-level focuser allows for critical focusing through a ground glass screen. Parallax correcting Octameter gives an exact viewing field for lenses of 8. Focal lengths: 16mm, 25mm, 35mm, 50mm, 63mm, 75mm, 100mm and 150mm. Filter Slot FILTER SLOT: Built-in slot holds a gelatin filter behind the taking lens. In front of the shutter.
This mechanism may be disengaged, if desired, by. FRAME COUNTER: Twin dial counts frames individually and in total; Adds frames. Subtracts when film is wound backwards. Dial may be reset manually at any time. SINGLE FRAME: Time lapse and animation is possible by using the side release.
Or an accessory cable release and adapter; I-T lever allows for timed or instantaneous single exposures. MANUAL REWIND: Clutch disengages spring motor and permits forward movement. And backwind without running down the spring; allows for dissolves and superimposition. The H-16 Supreme was the first Bolex camera to feature a built-in gelatin filter slot.
A box of six filter holders were included with this model. The H-16 Supreme also featured a folding turret.
Lever that allowed the lenses to be rotated without disturbing focus or diaphragm settings. The bottom of the tripod base was modified with a small angled slot. This slot was included on all H models manufactured after this date, and provided for the secure attachment of the Surefire Grip. Serial Numbers and Dates of Manufacture. The Bolex H16 with filter slot was introduced starting with S/N 94201 as well as on earlier series numbered. In 1954, this was marketed.
The item "Vintage Bolex Paillard H-16 Supreme 16mm Camera 1954 With 3 Switar Lenses. Works" is in sale since Saturday, February 27, 2021.
- Model: Supreme
- Modified Item: No
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Switzerland
- Custom Bundle: No
- Type: Supreme
- Color: Chrome/black
- Film Format: 16mm
- Brand: Bolex