KODAK SPECIAL II
|| from the end of 1940's to the full 1950's
|| MOVIE CAMERAS
|| 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.