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  • LOMO Lada kamera

    LOMO Lada kamera

    Lada camera for amateur movie makers, made in Leningrad (nowadays Saint Petersburg), Russia, the Soviet Union by Leningrad Optical and Mechanical Association (Leningradskoye Optiko-Mekhanicheskoye Obyedinenie (LOMO)) between 1963 and 1975. The device records in Regular 8 format with the speed of 8; 16; 24; 48 frame per second onto Double 8 mm film. It runs on clockwork, without electricity. It is equipped with 1,7/9-37 mm PF-2 objective.

  • KMZ Quartz M kamera

    KMZ Quartz M kamera

    Quartz M camera produced in Moscow Oblast, Russia, the Soviet Union in the 1960-70s by Krasnogorsk Mechanical Factory (Krasnogorsk Mekanicheski Zavod (KMZ)) for amateur and educational goals. The device records in Regular 8 format with the speed of 12; 16; 24; 48 frame per second onto Double 8 mm film; the filmstrip must be rotated at the expiration date, so recording can be continued on the other side, and then half-cut at the time of development. It runs on clockwork, so there is no need for electric current. It has 12,5/0,24-1,9 mm Jupiter objective. It is made of metal, and its weight is 1,2 kg. It was also made for Western exports; it was known for its simplicity and for its high quality recordings. In the picture it can be seen with contemporary Hungarian-made Forte film.

  • universa junior super 8 kamera

    universa junior super 8 kamera

    Camera made in the Federal Republic of Germany in 1966. The device records onto Super 8 film with the speed of 18 frame per second, has no sound, equipped with Wetzlar Cine Universar f 1,5/15 mm objective, operates with 4 pcs. of AA batteries.

  • Telefongyár Terta 8 vetítő

    Telefongyár Terta 8 vetítő

    Terta 8 film projector made in Budapest, Hungary by Telefongyár (Phone Factory) in the 1960s. The portable device is suitable for screening Regular 8 films, forwards and backwards, and for continuous motion control for still images. It can manage sound by connecting tape recorder and an adapter.

  • BRG Mambó magnó M5/a

    BRG Mambó magnó M5/a

    Mambó magnó M5/A tape recorder made in Hungary by the Kecskemét unit of BRG (Budapesti Rádiótechnikai Gyár (Budapest Radio Technical Factory)) in the 1960s. The device is an improved version of the M5, which was based on the Austrian Stuzzi license.

  • Leonard Müller vetítő 02

    Leonard Müller vetítő

    Projector made in Nuremberg, Bavaria by toy manufacturer Leonard Müller in the 1910s. It can project glass slides and filmstrips by using an external light source (e.g. a behind placed petroleum lamp).

  • OMO Lucs-2 vetítő és Szel-l szinkronizátor

    OMO Lucs-2 vetítő és Szel-l szinkronizátor

    Lucs-2 projector and Szel-l synchronizer produced in Leningrad (nowadays Saint Petersburg), Russia, the Soviet Union by Leningrad Optical and Mechanical Association (OMO) in the 1960-70s. The Lucs-2 projector is suitable for project Regular 8 silent films with the speed of 16 or 24 frame per second. It is made of cast iron, and its weight is 5,9 kg. It was also produced for Western exports. The Szel-l synchronizer adjusts the sound of a spindle tape recorder to the image based on the electrical signals coming from the projector, as it receives power through it. The device is also known as "Tonkopler" - coming from its Russian name. The item in the collection is from 1976.

  • Játék diakorong vetítők

    Játék diakorong vetítők

    3 pcs. of slide disc projector for children. The 2 movie books ("Farkasok" ("Wolves") and "Disney hercegnők" ("Disney princess")) were printed in Hungary in the end of the 2000s, the with them packed projectors works with batteries, and were produced in China. The Disney "Cars" themed Philips flashlight projector from the 2010s works with batteries, and was made in China.

  • universa éditor 2000 filmnéző

    universa éditor 2000 filmnéző

    Film editor made in Japan in the second half of 1960s for Spanish exports. The manually driven device is suitable for viewing Regular 8 and Super 8 films and marking them by time for cutting purposes.

  • Eumig Mark 610 D Lux mozgófilm vetítő 02

    Eumig Mark 610 D Lux mozgófilmvetítő

    Mark 610 D Lux film projector made by Eumig company in Austria in the 1970s. The device can be used with Regular 8 and Super 8 films with the speed of 3; 6; 9; 12; 18 frame per second. It can project very bright and sharp, even in large size. It is equipped with Eumig Suprogon Zoom 1,2/12,5-25 mm objective, works with 12 V, 100 W bulb, its spool has capacity for 120 m film. For the sound can be connected a casette recorder, which will be automatically synchronized.

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