gatvr
home news faq contacts equipment portfolio about links search
 

 

Equipment for hire by

Year
Type
Manufacturer
AIWA
AKG
ALBA
ALTAI
AMPEX
AMPLION
Ampro
ARGUS
Arriflex
ASTROLITE
AUDIO TECHNICA
AUTOCUE
B & W
Bach AURICON
Bang and Olufsen
Barco
BBC
Bell & Howell
BERKEY
BEYER
Blaupunkt
Bolex
BSR
BUSH
CANON
Cinema Products
Cinetechnic
CINTEL
Coles
Creed and Company
Dallmeyer
DEBRIE
EAGLE
ECLAIR
EDMONTON
EEV
EIKI INDUSTRIAL CO LTD
Ekco
ELECTROVOICE
Emerson
EMI
Engineering Design & Supplies
ENSIGN
EPO
EPO-ANGENIEUX
ERICSSON
Ernest Moy Ltd
Ferguson
FERGUSON
Fernseh
Ferrograph
FIDELITY
Films & Equipments
FREZZOLINI ELECTRONICS
Fringevision
GARRARD
Gaumont British
GEC
GENERIC
Gevaert
golden age
Golden Age TV
GPO/BT
GRAMPIAN
Hewitt
Hitachi
IANIRO
Ikegami
ILFORD
ITT
IVC
JVC
KAM
KB
Keystone
KEYSTONE
KODAK
Krasnogorsk
LINK
LUSTRAPHONE
MANFROTTO
Marconi
MASHPRIBORINTORG
MAX KILLI
Melford
MELODIUM
METZ
MILLER
MITCHELL
MOLE-RICHARDSON
Motorola
MOVIOLA
MURAY
NERO
Newman Sinclair
NORIS
PANASONIC
PANAVISION
PATHE
Philips
PREMIER
Prowest
Pye
Rank
RCA
RESLO
Ronford-Baker
Rycote
SANYO
SCOTCH
SENNHEISER
SHARP Corporation
SHURE
SKANTIC
Smith Victor
SOM BERTHIOT
Sony
STC
STEENBECK
Strand
Studer
STUDIO SIGNS
TANNOY
Taylor Taylor & Hobson
TELEFUNKEN
Thorn
Turner.
Uher
Vinten
VITAVOX
VT CLOCK
Wall
Watson and Sons Ltd.
Western Electric
YASHICA
YOGA
Zoomar
 
All Exhibits
 

Equipment for hire


Equipment produced by "KODAK".

World brand name

Click to see large picture KODAK TELEVISION EKTANON
Period:   from the end of 1940's to the beginning of 1970's
Type:   Lenses
Quantity:   6 specimens available

Kodak adapted and provided their range of high-quality Ektar photographic lenses for use in post-war RCA 3"-inch I.O. tv cameras (TK10A etc). These now quite rare lenses, were specially fitted with turret screw mounts, and were fully colour-corrected (for infrared).

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture KODAK Brownie 8
Period:   from the beginning of 1960's to the full 1970's
Type:   Film projectors
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Clean, 1960s Kodak Brownie 'Standard' 8mm projector with 200ft spools. Non practical condition.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture KODAK Ektasound 130
Period:   from the beginning of 1970's to the beginning of 1980's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

The Kodak EKTASOUND 130 was the first Super-8 movie camera that recorded sound as well as picture. Introduced in 1973, the Ektasound 130 used special magnetic striped cassette Super 8 film. Tech details: Lens: Ektar f/1.2 / 9 mm. Fixed focus. Frame rates: 18/20. Shutter degree: 230. Auto Exposure (Not TTL). Backlight Control. Auto Recording Level Control.Original price in the UK (in the year of introduction): 132 UKP. Our very clean example (unfortunately not in working condition) comes with it's own microphone and rare dedicated 'Movie Making Case'.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture KODAK SPECIAL II
Period:   from the end of 1940's to the full 1950's
Type:   MOVIE CAMERAS
Quantity:   1 specimens available

The KODAK CINE SPECIAL is a cassette-load sophisticated clockwork 16mm cine camera with a two lens offset turret. This camera, originating in the 1930s, was popular with wild life photographers. The early editions of David Attenborough's wild life tv series was filmed using a Kodak Special. The camera had five filming speeds, a variable shutter and a single frame facility. Backwind for other effects.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture KODAK BROWNIE 127
Period:   from the full 1950's to the full 1960's
Type:   PHOTOGRAPHY
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Cheap 127 roll film camera from Kodak.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture KODAK BROWNIE 8mm II
Period:   from the full 1950's to the full 1960's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Double 8mm very basic cine camera. Flip up viewfinder. Lots sold all over the place.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture KODAK SPECIAL
Period:   from the full 1940's to the full 1950's
Type:   MOVIE CAMERAS
Quantity:   1 specimens available

The original KODAK SPECIAL model was designed in 1933. This clockwork, 100ft cassette-loading 16mm camera was sophisticated for its time. Five filming speeds, a variable shutter and critical focusing, back wind and single frame. These cameras had two in-line lenses on the twist turret. Viewfinding was by flip-up optics on the lens unit. These cameras were favourites for wild life and industrial photography. Our example has two focussing Kodak Anastigmat lenses- 15mm and 25mm.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
 
Home News FAQ Contact Us Equipment for hire Portfolio About Us Links Search
Last updated: 10 November 2017