The 16mm Kinor 16CX-2M was developed in 1975 and used primarily for television and documentary production. Relatively quiet (about 40db) and producing a steady image (0.015mm registration variance), it is a prime candidate for those producing quality work on a limited budget.
• Motor: Electrical motor with system stabilization.
• Film frame: 7.42 x 10.05mm
• Film: 16mm film, with single or double perforation, long 100ft (30m) or 400ft (120m)
• Film cassetes: Metal quick change daylight load film magazines for 100ft (30m)and 400ft (120m) film
• Speed: 25fps crystal
• Viewing: reflex
• Single bladed mirror shutter with 170 degree angle
• Claw mechanism with one transport pic and one registration pin.
• Lens: Prime lenses: 6.5mm, 10mm, 15mm, 20mm, 25mm, 35mm, 50mm, 75mm, 100mm, 150mm, 200mm
• Zoom lens: 12-120mm, 10-100mm
• Focusing: via focusing screen or distance marks on the lens.
• Viewfinder: Rotation, Reflex, 9.5 x, wih correction +/- 5D
• Sound recording: camera has electronic module for pilot-signal for sync sound recorder.
• Battery: 12V
• Maximum work time (continuously): 10 minutes.
• Ambient temperature: From -25 C up to 40 C
• Size with 10mm lens and 100ft cassette: 290 x 220 x 220mm
• Weight: 4.7 Kg.


KINOR 16 CX 2M. Kodak 100T

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