The Arriflex 16M “Magazine” camera was introduced in 1962 as a successor to the venerable ARRI 16 S. Like its predecessor the ARRI S, the ARRI M is a spinning mirror reflex 16mm motion picture camera with a bright viewfinder, a 3-lens divergent turret to work with a variety of lenses, and a small, compact form factor. The M improved upon the S by adding interchangeable ground glasses, a brighter viewfinder image, an easy to open and close hinged camera door, and easier to use, gear-driven, interchangeable magazines in 3 capacities (200′, 400′, 1200′). The M also features a built-in Pilotone generator. Arriflex listened to feedback from its many happy ARRI S customers in designing the ARRI M, and built upon the ARRI S’s reliable pin registered movement and spinning mirror viewfinder to develop this innovative, next generation 16mm production camera. Add one to your collection today!