35mm Arriflex IIC cine camera; body number C8587, wild motor number VR661949, constant speed mains synch motor, 24fps, plus parts, number 1867, bellow matte box (400ft magazine on camera), etched ground glasses, swan neck, cables for different motors. On fixed mount, with power cable. Serial Nunber 3452. Fitted with three lenses; Taylor Hobson 50mm lens, Serial No 516420; 75mm Speed Panchro lens, f2; Schneider-Kreuznach Xenon lens 1:2/28, Serial Number 3087691.
Arriflex 35 IIC cine camera made in 1960 by Arri, Germany.
The camera uses 35mm film in 200' or 400' magazines. Arri produced four models of the Arriflex 35 II between 1946 and 1964. The 35 IIC was used to film the majority of Stanley Kubrick's 'A Clockwork Orange'. The turret holds three different lenses, which could be easily switched between during filming. The viewfinder can be closed to prevent light reaching the film when the camera operator is not looking though the finder.
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- cine camera
- tools and equipment
- equipment by process
- image making equipment
- camera (function)
- The National Media Museum, Bradford
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