Arriflex 16M 16mm motion picture film camera with 400’ magazine and Angenieux zoom lens


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

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A front and back view of the ARRI 16SR 16mm motion picture camera and a front and back view of the ARRI 16M 16mm motion picture camera.

An ARRI 16SR and 16M

I love 16mm cameras. I learned how to be a cinematographer with Bolex, Arriflex, and Beaulieu 16mm cameras, but my current business isn’t focused on this format. While I have not done a full service and restoration of either of these cameras, I have scrubbed and cleaned the outside of them, made sure everything was

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A group of 16mm cameras sitting on top of a workbench. Included in the group of cameras are a Kodak Reflex Special that I had never seen before, along with an ARRI SR1, several ARRI Ss, an ARRI 16 BL, and an ARRI M.

A Last Haul for the Year

At  a certain point, everyone has to say, “I just can’t take on anymore stuff”. But this group of cameras was literally going to end up in the landfill, so it came here with the hope of having a new life. I don’t usually take in 16mm equipment, but this garage load of equipment belonged

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Victor Animatograph Co. Model 3 camera

Victor Animatograph Co. Model 3 16mm Camera

The Victor Cine Camera Model 3 is a 16mm spring-driven motion picture camera manufactured by the Victor Animatograph Corporation and introduced in 1927. The company was founded in Davenport, Iowa in 1910 by Swedish-born inventor and showman Alexander Victor. Victor’s career began in 1894 when he joined the show of traveling magician “The Great Stephanio”.

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