Bell & Howell 70 DL
|| from the full 1950's to the full 1970's
|| MOVIE CAMERAS
|| 1 specimens available
The Bell & Howell 70DL was a high quality, lightweight but very rugged 16mm clockwork silent camera with a three lens turret and corresponding lensed viewfinder. The camera used 100ft of spool-loaded film. With the facility of through-the-lens critical focussing, this camera was an ideal choice for tv news, wildlife, and documentary film makers. The larger picture shows the correct hand-held 'shooting' position and also gives an idea of camera size.