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1972-quartz 5 cine camera-standard 8-made in ussr.

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Posted 6 years ago

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purchased second hand in 1984. date stamp in lid of case, 4th july 1972. 4x zoom with filters, tele/wide lenses, filters-clockwork motor so no batteries needed. full kit in carry case. VIEW IN FULL SCREEN ON U-TUBE -MORE PHOTOS AS A SLIDE SHOW-USER NAME MIKEN1947.


  1. Retrolad, 4 years ago
    Hello, i have have just purchased a Quarz 5 cine camera, and i need some help, does this camera have an automatic light meter? And what do all the the little buttons do? And what film do i use? i have read that it's regular 8mm but people online have said use 16mm but which one do i use?
  2. michaeln544 michaeln544, 4 years ago
    Hi retrolad-replying to your comment. It has a built in selium light meter, no battery required , you cannot get film any more as it uses standard 8 film which was discontinued in the late seventies. In 1965 , super 8 cine film was introduced to replace standard 8 film as super 8 was cartridge film making it faster to load

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