Newall 35mm studio cine camera. Mitchell 'lookalike' 35mm camera; 4-lens turret with 3 lenses; Cooke Speed Panchero Ser. II lens F:50mm f/2 No 572143; Cooke Speed Panchero Ser. II lens F:75mm f/2 No 538629; Cooke Speed Panchero Ser. II lens F:32mm f/2 No 567730. Lens hood/matte box; optical frame finder with adjustable format indicators; Critical focusing through lens by rack-over mechanism; adjustable shutter; footage, frame counters. Electric motor drive, Mitchell Camera Corp. synchronous motor model DCNS. On steerable TV type dolly ser. no 500/110, with pan and tilt head; power box with three ammeters.
Newall 35mm studio cine camera, made by Newall Engineering Limited in Peterborough.
This 35mm camera has a 4-lens turret with 3 Cooke Speed Panchro lenses. In the 1950s Mitchell Camera Corporation were unable to keep up with demand for their cameras, so for several years Newall Engineering Limited made copy Mitchell cameras under licence.
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- motion picture camera
- tools and equipment
- equipment by process
- image making equipment
- camera (function)
- cine camera
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