CINE KODAK 8 MODEL (MCA 762)

Year Produced: 1923

Film Size: 16mm

Condition in our opinion: (7/10)

Item Code: MCA 762

Description

The Cine-Kodak was the first 16mm movie camera, introduced in 1923. It was a rectangular cast aluminum box approximately 8 inches square, and was cranked by hand at two turns per second to achieve the necessary 16 frames per second. Hand turning meant that a tripod was essential while allowing varying speeds and single frames to be taken. Accessories such as lenses and a motor attachment became available later. Production ceased in 1930. In 1925, Kodak followed up with a spring motor-driven Cine-Kodak Model B, at which time the original Cine-Kodak was re-designated as Model A.


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