super CME 660 Hi-Focus

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A film camera made in Japan in the late 1970s that is powered by 4 AA batteries to automatically advance the film and to activate the built-in electronic photometer that allows it to detect films with different sensitivity (tungsten: ASA 40 , 160, 400, natural light: ASA 25, 100, 250. The grip handle is foldable in order to facilitate its transport or use a tripod.

The camera works with a normal speed of 18 frames per second, but at any time you can record in slow motion at 36 fps if you press a button that has at the top. The selected speed is integrated with the measuring system, which automatically performs the compensation.

  • Format: Super 8 mm
  • Lens: Sankyo Zoom 1,8 / 8 - 48 mm
  • Zoom: manual and automatic
  • Speeds: 18 and 36 fps (frames per second)
  • Weight: 1,500 grams


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