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RE: Eclair Cameras: Cameflex modification to other mount
I got your posting as an answer to Emmanuel's questions about Cameflex. Are
these cameras quite enough to use in sound production? And when you said
you had spares are you talking about spare cameras or parts. I am looking
for a cameflex my self.
From: ian samels [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, June 29, 2003 1:02 PM
Subject: Re: Eclair Cameras: Cameflex modification to other mount
A Nikon Cameflex conversion is not normally a so-called "hard front" but is
done to one of the three
CA-1 ports. Les Bosher in Wales (www.lesbosher.co.uk) would do a good job on
either a Nikon conversion or a PL conversion
(which he did to my Cameflex and which is a hard-front ). Let me know if you
need any Cameflex spares, as
I have a few.
Ian samels , DP , London
PS don't forget that Arri S and bayonet adaptors are commonly found, for
this camera, on the internet.
From: Emmanuel Suys <email@example.com>
Subject: Eclair Cameras: Cameflex modification to other mount
Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2003 19:54:59 +0200
New to this group so first of all hello everyone from sunny Munich.
I own a cameflex which I am slowly but surely getting in order. Whilst
looking left and
right on the net I came across some photographs of a Cameflex with a Nikon
built on the original three lens turret. I thought by doing the
modification to Nikon
mount, it would result in a one lens turret. Which is usually what I come
there any difference, advantage disadvantage. Anyone care to comment?
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