Pathé Webo A 9.5mm cine camera

1946-1953 in Paris

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Pathe Webo A 9.5mm Cine Camera, 1946
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
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Pathe Webo A cine camera for 9.5mm film in Webo chargers; Som Berthiot Cinor B lens F;20mm f/1.9 Serial No 575935 in interchangeable mount. Clockwork drive (claw intermittent in magazine), guilotine shutter; single frame; DV optical finder; exposure table. No 4411. Instructions in French.

Pathé Webo Model A 9.5mm cine camera, made in France from 1946.

The Model A was introduced in 1946 and produced until 1960. This camera takes 50 feet of 9.5mm film in Webo chargers. The camera runs at 16 frames per second and can also expose one frame at a time.


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glass, leather, steel (metal), white metal (unknown)
9.5mm cine camera
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  • camera (function)
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford

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