Bach AURICON Pro 600
|| from the full 1950's to the full 1980's
|| MOVIE CAMERAS
|| 4 specimens available
The Auricon Pro 600 was one of a line of 16mm sound-on-film movie cameras produced by the Bach Auricon Inc company of California. The Auricon was a lightweight 'single system' camera whereby the sound was recorded within the camera itself, initially as a optical track and lattery, magnetic. The Auricon camera became popular for television newsfilming, notably used during the Vietman War.