It was probably the 16mm movie camera most appreciated by cine reporters in 60s/70s.
Made in Germany by Arnold & Richter it's the Ariiflex 16-ST.
Unmistakable in the designs, with the rotating turret with three "divergent" interchangeable lenses.
It was a massive and robust camera, built to withstand reporter abuse..., it was also used in various wars.
As is possible to see from the pictures this one is in good condition (for its age), with some signs of use, but no so heavy.
It comes with 3 SChneider lenses: a 10mm F:1.8 Cinegon, a 16mm F:2 Cinegon and a faswt and rare 25mm F:1.4 Xenon.
Also the lenses are in good condition, also inside, with some dust and a light haze inside (normal for its age).
There is also its heavy metal case, bellows lens hood and a grip.
I'm unable to test this camera so, I'm sorry, no warranty on it we sell it as is, only for display not for use.
Unfortunately we don't have written documentation and therefore we cannot guarantee it, but on the case there is the name of a famous cameraman RAI (Italian state television company).
- Arnold & Richter
- Model/type nummer
- , Arriflex 16-ST, 16mm movie camera with 3 lenses and accessories exc+++ c.1960
- Object/apparaat type
- 16 mm film
- Exc + + + conditie
- Aantal apparaten/lenzen