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35mm Video Camera


35mm video camera
    video camera
  • A camera that records onto digital or videotape.
  • The modern CCTV video camera is available in both monochrome (black and white) and color. Cameras can be set in fixed-positions or placed on 'pan-and-tilt' devices that allow the camera to be moved up, down, left and right.
  • A camera for recording images on videotape or for transmitting them to a monitor screen
  • A video camera is a camera used for electronic motion picture acquisition, initially developed by the television industry but now common in other applications as well.
    35mm
  • 35 mm film is the basic film gauge most commonly used for chemical still photography (see 135 film) and motion pictures, and remains relatively unchanged since its introduction in 1892 by William Dickson and Thomas Edison, using film stock supplied by George Eastman.
  • The standard film gauge for films intended to be shown in cinemas. Depending on the film stock being used, 35mm film is capable of producing an image of sufficient detail to fill even a large cinema screen.
  • A small format film, with an image size of 24 x 36mm available in 12, 24 or 36 exposures. It is the most commonly used film size, but does not offer the quality of medium or large format, because this small negative must be enlarged quite a bit in the darkroom loosing it's clarity and sharpness.
35mm video camera - Arriflex 35
Arriflex 35 Book, Third Edition
Arriflex 35 Book, Third Edition
A comprehensive guide to a highly popular movie camera, the Arriflex 35 Book details the simplicity and complete interchangeability of the ARRI 35mm system, the wide range of lenses, accessories and after-market products available, and how they may all be used and serviced. The new edition has been completely revised to include a wide range of updates, retrofits and especially camera accessories. The book features exploded view drawings and photographs of every camera and accessory, with technical specs. It discusses every aspect of prep, use and maintenance.

Divided into six sections each covering a different camera or accessory system, the Arriflex 35 Book is exhaustive in the information it provides the camera operator: checking mirror shutter timing, timing Arriglow, removing ground glasses, setting eyepiece diopters, threading and servicing magazines, lubrication, and checking flange focal depths are just a few examples. The Arriflex 35 Book also includes an appendix listing frequently needed reference information such as camera and magazine weights, magazine tensions, flange focal distances, fuse numbers, and a directory of Arriflex dealers and after-market product manufacturers worldwide.

Completely revised to include all updates, retrofits and accessories
Covers every aspect of prep, use, and maintenance
Features nearly 360 exploded view drawings and photos of every component and accessory

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Space Cameras
Space Cameras
Hassalblad Electric Camera Space Shuttle Canon L2 Camcorder and Lenses Space Shuttle Kowa Fundus Camera Space Shuttle Researchers and physicians use Fundus cameras to magnify and image the back of the eye by flashing light directly into the eye. In experiments aboard the Space Shuttle in the early 1990’s, astronauts used this camera to observe retinal blood vessels and the optic nerve during weightlessness. Eye movement in response to body motion and other stimuli is an important factor in the study of space motion sickness and adaption to microgravity. Charge Coupled Device This digital electronic image detector, known as a charge coupled device or CCD, has 1024 x 1024 light-sensitive silidon diodes, or just over one megapixel. Imaging devices on telescopes such as SOHO and Hubble use many large CCDs like this because of their large pixel size. Handheld digital cameras used by astronauts and consumers contain a much tinier CCD with more pixels on a smaller surface. Arriflex 16mm Motion Picture Camera Space Shuttle Astronauts used this motion picture camera on several Space Shuttle missions to film inside the orbiter and through the windows. Introduced in 1982 at the beginning of the Shuttle program, the Arriflex 16mm SRII (single reflex) camera was the first compact high-quality motion picture camera. In the 1990s, NASA switched to even smaller high-quality digital video cameras. Nikon 35mm Camera and Film Magazine Space Shuttle Nikon cameras are familiar to consumers for their quality and reliability. NASA has used them during space missions for the same reasons. Flown on Space Shuttle missions in the 1990’s, this film camera marked the end of an era, as the program began using digital equipment by the end of the decade.
Space Cameras
Space Cameras
Kowa Fundus Camera Space Shuttle Researchers and physicians use Fundus cameras to magnify and image the back of the eye by flashing light directly into the eye. In experiments aboard the Space Shuttle in the early 1990’s, astronauts used this camera to observe retinal blood vessels and the optic nerve during weightlessness. Eye movement in response to body motion and other stimuli is an important factor in the study of space motion sickness and adaption to microgravity. Charge Coupled Device This digital electronic image detector, known as a charge coupled device or CCD, has 1024 x 1024 light-sensitive silidon diodes, or just over one megapixel. Imaging devices on telescopes such as SOHO and Hubble use many large CCDs like this because of their large pixel size. Handheld digital cameras used by astronauts and consumers contain a much tinier CCD with more pixels on a smaller surface. Arriflex 16mm Motion Picture Camera Space Shuttle Astronauts used this motion picture camera on several Space Shuttle missions to film inside the orbiter and through the windows. Introduced in 1982 at the beginning of the Shuttle program, the Arriflex 16mm SRII (single reflex) camera was the first compact high-quality motion picture camera. In the 1990s, NASA switched to even smaller high-quality digital video cameras. Nikon 35mm Camera and Film Magazine Space Shuttle Nikon cameras are familiar to consumers for their quality and reliability. NASA has used them during space missions for the same reasons. Flown on Space Shuttle missions in the 1990’s, this film camera marked the end of an era, as the program began using digital equipment by the end of the decade.

35mm video camera
35mm video camera
PYLE PLCM36 3.5'' Slim TFT LCD Universal Mount Monitor w/ License Plate Mount Rearview Night Vision Backup Camera
This kit includes a nightvision-capable rear view camera and monitor for your vehicle. The camera installs easily above your license plate and outputs crystal clear video over an RCA jack. Connect to the included 3.5” monitor in your car, and you’ll be able to see everything behind you on the screen! Perfect for backing into tight spots or moving in reverse when visibility is limited – it’s like having an extra eye. And this model comes with nightvision LEDs, which illuminate the area behind you at night. This small and durable unit will keep you safe and secure because you’ll always know what’s going on around you.

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