35mm TECHNISCOPE Package FOR SALE

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    A SUMMERY OF THE ADVANTAGES OF TECHNISCOPE ARE AS FOLLOWS;

    1) The cost of the camera negative is halved, and therefore, the
    processing costs are also
    halved.

    2) The ease and efficiency of shooting "a 'scope picture" but with
    normal spherical lenses.
    A wide range of high-quality, spherical prime and zoom lenses, can
    be utilized. These are
    generally much lighter and faster than anamorphic lenses, and are
    more readily available.

    3) A better standard of image sharpness, and greater depth of field,
    is achieved through
    the use of lenses of shorter focal length.

    4) It is possible to film for twice as long without reloading.
    Negative wastage is also
    reduced because 'short ends' are longer and hence more 'useable'.

    5) Camera noise is reduced due to the fact that less film is moved
    through the transport
    mechanism.

    6) A saving on the extra cost of hiring anamorphic lenses.

    7) Techniscope allows for the extraction of a variety of 35mm and 16mm
    prints in both
    standard and anamorphic formats. The most common are: [A] the
    standard 2:1
    squeezed anamorphic print with a 235:1 aspect ratio; standard
    masked prints
    1.66:1, 1.75:1, and 1.85:1; [C] 16mm prints and HDTV.
    _____________________________________________________


    Our company has for sale an entire Techniscope production and
    post-production package dedicated to wide-screen film making

    Now that Eastman Kodak has developed a whole new line of super
    fine-grain
    (but very pricey) emulsions, a number of knowledgeable filmmakers
    are
    taking another look at the savings inherent in Techniscope half-
    frame production techniques. With this lightweight equipment, a
    producer
    can undertake wide-screen
    projects and generate considerable savings at both production and
    post-production stages.

    The package our company is selling is in mint condition and
    contains other
    money saving innovations such as 35mm Moviola for editing
    Techniscope in
    half-frame work-print and a double-system projector to screen it in
    the
    same mode. Once picture is locked, one can look to make a 35mm
    four-perforation duplicate negative that can be either in the
    1.85:1
    spherical format or the very wide 2.35:1 anamorphic format of
    Cinemascope.
    Even the most discerning professional eye most likely will miss
    that
    origination was executed in the economical half-frame mode of
    Techniscope,
    not in the common and costly manner of four-perf. production.

    Be assured that the price of this package is well below what it
    would cost
    to duplicate in today's market.

    This Teckniscope package is located in central California. If you
    have any
    questions regarding the Techniscope process or wish to make an
    arangement
    to examine the equipment, please email:


    Sincerely,

    A.H. Cominos

    ____________________________________________

    F O R S A L E

    35mm ARRIFLEX II-C Techniscope Camera Package and Assorted
    Equipment


    This entire camera package is in mint condition, having
    been used
    only for some special-photographic effects
    footage on two commercial productions:



    1 Special 35mm Arriflex II-C Techniscope camera
    manufactured
    by Arnold & Richer K.G. of Munich. It is equipped with
    three-
    lens turret, variable shutter, synchronous
    (governor-controlled)
    12 volt D.C. motor and two power cable, orientable
    view-finder
    (with extra ground-glass etched in 2.35:l Cinemascope aspect

    ratio), a leather-bellows matte box with filter slots,
    plus a leather
    shoulder strap used for hand-held shooting or carrying
    camera. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>$9,500

    1 12V D.C. variable (0-50 fps) motor with two battery-power
    cables. >>> $1,290

    5 35mm Arriflex IIC film magazines (400 ft. film capacity) @
    1,450 each> $7,250

    8 Prime lenses with Arriflex mountings and filter rings.
    They are a matched set that ensures image acuity and color
    control under every lighting situation.



    Techniscope negative destined for blow-up to four-perf. dupe
    negative.

    18mm T/2.2 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $1,100

    25mm T/2.2 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 850

    32mm T/2.3 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 850

    40mm T/2.3 Taylor Hobson Coode lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>$ 975

    50mm T/2.3 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 975

    75mm T/2.3 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $1,250
    100mm T/2.8 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>$1,400

    152nn T/2.8 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $1,675



    2 These special Kilfitt lenses are primarily used in
    controlled macro-cinematography
    on locations and in studios.

    40mm F/2.8 Kilfitt Macro-Kilar lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 875

    90mm F/2.8 Kilfitt Macro-Kilar lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $1,150



    2 Novoflex telephoto lenses with instant, pistol-grip
    focusing...these lenses
    have long been favored by cinematographers doing
    documentaries and
    nature films having fast moving subjects. Both lenses have
    Arri and Nikon
    interchangeable mounts.

    400mm F/8.0 Novoflex telephoto lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 900

    600mm F/11.0 Novoflex telephoto lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $1,175



    1 135mm F/4.0 Zeiss Sonnar lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 400



    9 Assorted series of Wratten 85 dis filter for use with
    above lenses >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    NC

    1 Angenieux 25mm/250mm zoom lens with Cinema Products zoom
    motor, joy stick, mounting bracket,and Angenieux 2X

    extender that increses this lens to 50mm/500mm focal
    lengths, plus
    Arriflex and BNCR Mounts for above lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $2,500



    1 Arriflex lens cradle for the 25/250mm zoom lens that
    provides a stable,
    balanced platform on the tripod and can be extended for
    longer focal-length lenses.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 600


    1 Heavy-duty Ronford fluid head and tripod with double-plex
    metal lengs and carrying boot
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $1,450



    1 Double-plex Baby legs for above Ronford fluid
    head. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    $ 400


    1 Arriflex high-hat for mounting Arriflex IIC camera to any
    tripod >> $ 200


    1 35mm Moviola picture/sound editing machine, modified to
    edit half-frame
    Techniscope footage, thereby saving costs on full-frame
    work print blow-ups
    and other post-production steps.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $3,400


    1 35mm A.V.E. (Shinkyo) double-system picture/sound
    projector for running
    dailies and work-
    prints at various stages of post-production work.
    Projector is on rollers,
    employs incandescent light source, and has 2,000-foot
    reel
    capacity for both picture and sound.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $2,700





    A SUMMERY OF THE ADVANTAGES OF TECHNISCOPE ARE AS FOLLOWS;

    1) The cost of the camera negative is halved, and therefore, the
    processing costs are also
    halved.

    2) The ease and efficiency of shooting "a 'scope picture" but with
    normal spherical lenses.
    A wide range of high-quality, spherical prime and zoom lenses, can
    be utilized. These are
    generally much lighter and faster than anamorphic lenses, and are
    more readily available.

    3) A better standard of image sharpness, and greater depth of field,
    is achieved through
    the use of lenses of shorter focal length.

    4) It is possible to film for twice as long without reloading.
    Negative wastage is also
    reduced because 'short ends' are longer and hence more 'useable'.

    5) Camera noise is reduced due to the fact that less film is moved
    through the transport
    mechanism.

    6) A saving on the extra cost of hiring anamorphic lenses.

    7) Techniscope allows for the extraction of a variety of 35mm and 16mm
    prints in both
    standard and anamorphic formats. The most common are: [A] the
    standard 2:1
    squeezed anamorphic print with a 235:1 aspect ratio; standard
    masked prints
    1.66:1, 1.75:1, and 1.85:1; [C] 16mm prints and HDTV.
    _____________________________________________________


    Our company has for sale an entire Techniscope production and
    post-production package dedicated to wide-screen film making

    Now that Eastman Kodak has developed a whole new line of super
    fine-grain
    (but very pricey) emulsions, a number of knowledgeable filmmakers
    are
    taking another look at the savings inherent in Techniscope half-
    frame production techniques. With this lightweight equipment, a
    producer
    can undertake wide-screen
    projects and generate considerable savings at both production and
    post-production stages.

    The package our company is selling is in mint condition and
    contains other
    money saving innovations such as 35mm Moviola for editing
    Techniscope in
    half-frame work-print and a double-system projector to screen it in
    the
    same mode. Once picture is locked, one can look to make a 35mm
    four-perforation duplicate negative that can be either in the
    1.85:1
    spherical format or the very wide 2.35:1 anamorphic format of
    Cinemascope.
    Even the most discerning professional eye most likely will miss
    that
    origination was executed in the economical half-frame mode of
    Techniscope,
    not in the common and costly manner of four-perf. production.

    Be assured that the price of this package is well below what it
    would cost
    to duplicate in today's market.

    This Teckniscope package is located in central California. If you
    have any
    questions regarding the Techniscope process or wish to make an
    arangement
    to examine the equipment, please email:


    Sincerely,

    A.H. Cominos

    ____________________________________________

    F O R S A L E

    35mm ARRIFLEX II-C Techniscope Camera Package and Assorted
    Equipment


    This entire camera package is in mint condition, having
    been used
    only for some special-photographic effects
    footage on two commercial productions:



    1 Special 35mm Arriflex II-C Techniscope camera
    manufactured
    by Arnold & Richer K.G. of Munich. It is equipped with
    three-
    lens turret, variable shutter, synchronous
    (governor-controlled)
    12 volt D.C. motor and two power cable, orientable
    view-finder
    (with extra ground-glass etched in 2.35:l Cinemascope aspect

    ratio), a leather-bellows matte box with filter slots,
    plus a leather
    shoulder strap used for hand-held shooting or carrying
    camera. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>$9,500

    1 12V D.C. variable (0-50 fps) motor with two battery-power
    cables. >>> $1,290

    5 35mm Arriflex IIC film magazines (400 ft. film capacity) @
    1,450 each> $7,250

    8 Prime lenses with Arriflex mountings and filter rings.
    They are a matched set that ensures image acuity and color
    control under every lighting situation.



    Techniscope negative destined for blow-up to four-perf. dupe
    negative.

    18mm T/2.2 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $1,100

    25mm T/2.2 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 850

    32mm T/2.3 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 850

    40mm T/2.3 Taylor Hobson Coode lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>$ 975

    50mm T/2.3 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 975

    75mm T/2.3 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $1,250
    100mm T/2.8 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>$1,400

    152nn T/2.8 Taylor Hobson Cooke lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $1,675



    2 These special Kilfitt lenses are primarily used in
    controlled macro-cinematography
    on locations and in studios.

    40mm F/2.8 Kilfitt Macro-Kilar lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 875

    90mm F/2.8 Kilfitt Macro-Kilar lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $1,150



    2 Novoflex telephoto lenses with instant, pistol-grip
    focusing...these lenses
    have long been favored by cinematographers doing
    documentaries and
    nature films having fast moving subjects. Both lenses have
    Arri and Nikon
    interchangeable mounts.

    400mm F/8.0 Novoflex telephoto lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 900

    600mm F/11.0 Novoflex telephoto lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $1,175



    1 135mm F/4.0 Zeiss Sonnar lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 400



    9 Assorted series of Wratten 85 dis filter for use with
    above lenses >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    NC

    1 Angenieux 25mm/250mm zoom lens with Cinema Products zoom
    motor, joy stick, mounting bracket,and Angenieux 2X

    extender that increses this lens to 50mm/500mm focal
    lengths, plus
    Arriflex and BNCR Mounts for above lens
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $2,500



    1 Arriflex lens cradle for the 25/250mm zoom lens that
    provides a stable,
    balanced platform on the tripod and can be extended for
    longer focal-length lenses.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $ 600


    1 Heavy-duty Ronford fluid head and tripod with double-plex
    metal lengs and carrying boot
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $1,450



    1 Double-plex Baby legs for above Ronford fluid
    head. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    $ 400


    1 Arriflex high-hat for mounting Arriflex IIC camera to any
    tripod >> $ 200


    1 35mm Moviola picture/sound editing machine, modified to
    edit half-frame
    Techniscope footage, thereby saving costs on full-frame
    work print blow-ups
    and other post-production steps.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $3,400


    1 35mm A.V.E. (Shinkyo) double-system picture/sound
    projector for running
    dailies and work-
    prints at various stages of post-production work.
    Projector is on rollers,
    employs incandescent light source, and has 2,000-foot
    reel
    capacity for both picture and sound.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $2,700
     
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