Cine-Kodak Special II camera. Cinecamera for 16mm film, 100' load. Turret with two lenses; Kodak Anastigmat F:25mm f/1.9 and Kodak Anastigmat F:2 1/2 inches, f/2.7; on 2-point bayonet mounts; folding optical frame finder, critical refelx focuser behind lens; clockwork drive 8-64 fps, single frame. Adjustable shutter - totally closing. Backwind, single frame shaft, hand turning option; interchangeable film magazine. Frame and footage counters. Control panel cover replaced by one form CK Special II.
Cine-Kodak Special 16mm camera, made in the United States, 1933.
The Cine-Kodak special was launched in 1933 aimed at advanced amateur and semi-professional filmmakers. It has a fully adjustable shutter, allowing fades, and a back wind which could be used to overlap scenes. This precision 16mm cine camera was Kodak's attempt to provide 35mm technique with 16mm running costs. The camera has a clockwork drive with a speed range of 8 to 64 frames per second.
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overall (view finder deployed): 152 mm x 80 mm x 308 mm,
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- The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
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