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Super16 Krasnogorsk-3 16mm K-3 Movie Cine Camera Meteor-5-1 17-69mm f1.9 zoom For Sale




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Super16 Krasnogorsk-3 16mm K-3 Movie Cine Camera Meteor-5-1 17-69mm f1.9 zoom :
$543.9

KRASNOGORSK-3 16mm Movie Cine Camera Meteor-5-1 17-69mm f1.9 LensThe description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Russian Super16 Krasnogorsk-3 16mm Movie Movie Cine K-3 Camera with Meteor 5-1 Zoom lens USSR The camera is converted to Super16 (new film gate and lens re-centering) Very good working condition. Considered the "Russian Bolex" in the film industry because of it's high quality build. Can be converted to Super-16. English manual as PDF. The Krasnogorsk-3 (Красногорск-3) is a 16-mm windup camera made in the former Soviet Union. The K-3 has been adopted by many film schools, including the University of Southern California's School of Cinema and Television. It has a semi-automatic diaphragm setting. Its low price, rugged construction and sophisticated optics have become very popular with both beginning filmmakers and professionals. Among the K-3's credits are music videos for the Spin Doctors and Suicidal Tendencies. Director Spike Lee shot on the bus using a K-3. There is a photo of Spike holding a K-3 on the cover of the soundtrack CD. The Krasnogorsk-3 features: 17-69mm f 1.9 zoom precision Zenit LensContinuously variable speed from 8-48 fpsSingle-frame animationRotating mirror beam splitterMovie counter CAMERA TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONLens: Meteor 5-1 F = 17-69mm, f / 1: 1.9Film: 16 mm color or black and white, size of a frame: 10,05 x 7,6 mmFrames per second (shutter speed) range: à8 (1/20), 12 (1/30), 16 (1/40), 24 (1/60), 32 (1/80), 48 (1/120) , and single frameThe half automatic aperture setting with the thru-the-lens (TTL) exposure meter provides the high accuracy of the film exposureThe matte screen provides the clearance setting controlThe parallaxless reflex viewfinder provides the complete correspondence of the shot with the shot frame, appearing on the movie filmSpring motor-drive works without any battery, one cocking provide 5m film windingThe half-automatic movie loading the film track simplifiers and make it fasterApertures 1.9 -22Minimum focusing distance 2m (without close up lens)Semiautomatic aperture setting77x 0.75 mm filter threadMovie counterViewfinder has diopter correction (+5 ...- 4)Overall camera dimensions (without pistol grip): 326 x 104 x 194 mmWeight: 3,2 kg (camera and lens), 6 kg (All) See my other items to save shipping costs. This is a used item and may have traces of usage. Questions have to be asked before the offer. All information in the listing are not binding and without guarantee. Errors, misprints and prior sale expressly reserved.If you have any issues with your purchase please contact me before leaving a response. I value my customers and all problems can be solved.Purchasing old equipment please make sure it is compatible with your new cameras, lenses etc. you are going to use it with. Usual shipping time (with tracking) to EU 7-15 days, USA and Canada 8-17 days, other world 9-25 days. In very rare cases it may be due to customs issues or holiday delays. Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. Marke KMZ Krasnogorsk Features Frame counter Modified Item No MPN Does Not Apply Series Krasnogorsk Brand KMZ Non-Domestic Product No Country/Region of Manufacture Russian Federation Film Format 16mm Besonderheiten Eingebauter Belichtungsmesser Manufacturer warranty None Filmformat 16 mm EAN Nicht zutreffend Modell Krasnogorsk-3 Model Krasnogorsk-3 Herstellungsland und -region Russische Föderation Type Reflex Produktart Reflexkameras Serie Krasnogorsk
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