Pathe Webo Super 16 Camera

Made:
1958 in France
maker:
Pathé
Pathe 'Webo M Super' 16mm camera, 1952
      This camera takes 16mm film in 50' or 100' daylight-loading spools

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Pathe 'Webo M Super' 16mm camera, 1952 This camera takes 16mm film in 50' or 100' daylight-loading spools
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Pathe Webo Super 16 camera. Triple barrel lens assembly; Berthiot Tele-cinor F:75mm f/1.3, Serial No 1040992; Actina 2.5mm; 29.5mm lens. This camera takes 16mm film in 50' or 100' daylight-loading spools. Clockwork-driven, it can be run at 8, 16,24, 32, 63 and 80 frames/second. It has a singe central sprocket drive and claw intermittent. The starting knob has four positions: for lock, continuous run, single picture and time exposure (via a cable release). The camera has a rewind handle and an accurate frame counter. It has totally-closing variable shutter, controlled by the lever at the front of the camera. It has a direct-vision optical finder and a reflex finder. The turret is fitted with three C mount lenses: an f/1.9 25mm Som Berthiot Cinor B; an f/1.3.5 75mm Som Berthiot Cinor B and an f/2.2 12.5mm Angenieux Type R4, all with Wratten 85 filters.

Details

Category:
Cinematography
Collection:
Buckingham Movie Museum/John Burgoyne-Johnson Collection
Object Number:
1990-5041/7
Materials:
glass, leather, metal (unknown), plastic (unidentified) and white metal (unknown)
type:
cine camera
credit:
National Media Museum, Bradford