Kodak Ektasound 130 Super 8 cine camera. For Super 8 film in sound cartridges. Kodak Ektar lens F;9mm f/1.2. Automatic exposure; DV optical finder. Magnetic sound recording facility on striped film. No 015347. In original carton with Kodak directional microphone and wriststrap (carton not seen 2011). bought in a camera shop in 1976 for £64.07. The Kodak Ektasound 130 was the first camera designed to record sound simultaneously with picture onto magnetically-striped Super 8 Ektachrome film.
Kodak Ektasound 130 Super 8 camera with microphone made by the Eastman Kodak Company in the United States, 1973.
The Kodak Super 8 Ektasound 130 was the first camera designed to simultaneously record sound with pictures using magnetically-striped Super 8 Ektachrome film. The introduction of the Super 8 format offering lip-synchronised dialogue opened up the world of sound for the home movie-maker. The only disadvantage was that the microphone often picked up the sound of the camera mechanism. The camera runs at 18 frames per second with a two second sound delay after start-up.
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- electronic components, glass, metal (unknown), plastic (unidentified) and rubber (unidentified)
- cine camera
- tools and equipment
- equipment by process
- image making equipment
- camera (function)
- The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford