Technicolor Two-colour Cine Camera

Made:
1925-1935 in Chicago
maker:
Bell & Howell

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Technicolor two-colour camera, manufactured for Technicolor by Bell & Howell, about 1930. 35mm camera for two-colour separations, modified for experimental three-colour work. three-lens turret; critical reflex focusing; optical view finder. Single film running behind beam-splitter, giving two images 'head to tail' two-frame pull-down. Rotating filter wheel behind lens for three-colour separation (see Cornwell-Clyne). Frame and footage counters; hand turned; single frame shaft. Serial No 4. In transit cases with tripod and spare gate. Sticker on side reads: Traps relined 10-26-34. 37 and Technicolor painted stamps on side of Film Camster. Lens: Cooke. Anastigmat. Serial No. 202167. 3 inch. Lens: kinic: Cooke. Anastigmat. Serial No. 192231. 2mm.

Details

Category:
Cinematography
Object Number:
1990-5036/6938
Materials:
brass (copper, zinc alloy), glass, metal (unknown) and rubber (unidentified)
type:
motion picture camera
credit:
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford