Gorgeous Bolex Paillard C 8SL film camera.
From circa 1958.
The camera has very few traces of use and is in neat condition.
Includes one reel.
With a gorgeous large Som Berthiot Pan-Cinor 1:2.8 f=10a30mm lens with stand. Lens has number ZB9712.
Rare and renowned Bolex Paillard 8mm.
OUTER CASE: Highly polished duraluminium body, covered in genuine Morocco leather. Metal parts are chrome-plated
MOTOR: Constant speed, spring motor mechanism
RELEASE BUTTON: continuous exposures can be made by a sliding release lever or cable release. The lever can be locked to prevent accidental exposures.
SHUTTER: 165 degree disc shutter gives an exposure time of 1/35th second at 16fps
FOOTAGE COUNTER: Precise reading of exposed film footage.
Roger Cuvillier the father of Pan Cinor zoom lens, has revolutionized the professional cinematography lens by releasing a variable-focus lens in 1956, the Pan Cinor, manufactured in the SOM Berthiot factories. This was a 38.5-154mm lens at f/3.8, which was designed according to the principles of optical compensation and which followed a series of small zoom lenses designed in the early 50s for amateur 8 and 16mm formats.
- Model/type nummer
- Paillard C8SL with Som Berthiot Pan-Cinor 1:2.8 f=10a30mm lens. Near mint.
- Object/apparaat type
- 8 mm filmcamera
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