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8 mm Projectors   page 1             (1)  (2)   (3)   (4)
                   Agfa Movector 8;    Pathe Europ;   Prinz Magnon LV;   Nizo Familia Model 500;   Nizo Cinemator -1958;    Bauer Model T10L;  
                                                                Eumig Model P8 - 2;   Eumig Model P8m;    Bolex Paillard 18-5 - 2


Agfa Movector 8 / - The  production No R9213 - Power box No 19502
Lens Agfa LUCELLAR II F2.1/2 CM. Silent projector.


Agfa 8 mm Movector silent for web






Pathe Europ / Production 1958-59 - 220 v - in case
Lamp 8v 50w. Silent projector.


Pathe Europe 8 mm silent for web






Prinz Magnon LV / Super 8 zoom projector
Silent projector.


Printz Magnon LV Super 8 mm silent (2) for web






Nizo Familia - Model 500 / Production No: 808122 / Made in West Germany. Power 120 - 400 FT.
Silent projector.


Nizo- Familia 8mm, Mod 500 silent for web






Nizo - Model Cinemator (standard version) - 1958
Made in West Germany, Munich by Niezoldi & Krämer, in 1958.
The body is made of die castings. The castings have a durable gray Hammerton enamel finish.
The projector dimensions: 8 1/2 x 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. with arms folded in; weight (incl. built-in transformer) 11,5 lb (5,21 kg). Our projector is supplied with carrying case, covered in gray and pale blue plastic surfaced leatherette.
The projector has folded spool arms. In the folded position serves as a carrying handle.

                                            Nizo Cinemator 8mm No ; with cable; 10%
  -Lens: Isco Duotar f/1:1,5/20 mm, in a plain 25 mm diameter barrel mount; No 353599; the lens is a bloomed;
 - Philips 8 volt 50 watt integral mirror lamp (‘Marlin Monroe’ shape lamp);
                                              Nizo Cinemator 8mm No ; lMP; 8%
 - The spool arms capacity 400 ft; the hinge open type;
 - The treading path is a 16 tooth sprocket before the gate, and another on after it. Each sprocket has a hinge open retainer cradle with fixed runners, and rotating roller to control the film loop, and each has the usual stripping plate. The retainer cradles click open and remain so for threading; Below the gate is guide lines for the lower loop (must be followed closely!) - picture below;
 - The gate does not open for threading in usual way. The film has to be held taut and is used to pull back the front plate so the film can be slipped into it. A further movement forwards, and the complete gate unit removes for cleaning;
                                                   Nizo Cinemator 8 mm ; gate;8%
 - Film transport is by a single claw which starts the pull down one frame below the bottom of the gate. The picture does not alter as the framing is adjusted. The framing knob below the lower loop (black end-top right picture) moves the whole of the claw assembly relative to the gate.
 - Rewind is by hand by a handle or by motor. For motor rewind one uses a spring belt with a 90 deg, twist from the inching knob (the picture on the right). The rubber belt is removed from take-up pulley, and a shaped retainer inside the machine prevents it coming off its pulley when it is lying free.
 - The transformer is tapped for 110, 230, 240 and 250 volts. The main lead has a Continental 2-pin plug and is 3-core (the red wire - earth connection); The rear end of the motor carriers a small blower, and the front drives the mechanism via a rubber belt;
                                                        Nizo Cinemator 8mm No ; internal mechanizms; 10%

 - This model with the variable speed motor can be used in conjunction with the Nizo Synchrovario type synchronizer - it has socket for plugging the synchronizer into the motor speed control circuit (the top picture the center chromium knob);
 - Two slide-over type switches for motor and lamp are mechanically interlocked so that lamp cannot be switched on unless the motor switch is also on;. 
                  Nizo Cinemator 8mm No ;buttons; 12%
The projector runs very quietly at 16 f.p.s.
The serial number: 829047


Nizo Cinemator 8mm No ; all accessories; 10%

Nizo Cinemator 8 mm; rewind;8%






Bauer Model - T10L 8 mm / first came out in 1956 / made in West Germany, Stuttgart / 220v;50h - 160w / production No:8R1237 - model TW10S1/13 / lens ISCO-GOTTINGEN KITTARIT 1:1,5/20. Silent projector.


Bauer 8mm No8R1237 silent for web






Eumig P8 / made in Austria /from 110 to 240v / production No:379304 / Lens: Eumig EUPRO 1;1,6 F20 bloomed. Silent projector.


Eumig 8mm No379304 silent(2) for web






Eumig Model - P8 / made in Austria /from 110 to 240v / production No: 587536 / Lens: Eumig EUPRONAR 1:1,4F20 bloomed. Silent projector.


Eumig 8mm No587536 silent for web






Eumig Model -  P8m / made in Austria / from 110 to 240v / production No: 750227 type P8M / Lens: Eumig EUPRONAR 1:1,4F20 bloomed. Silent projector.


Eumig P8m, 8mm, No750227 silent for web






Bolex Paillard 18-5 / Made in Switzerland / It came to the market in 1962.
This projector 18-5 is so-called because it runs at a normal speed of 18 frames per second, but has a special speed of 5 frames per second for ‘living stills’. When running at slow speed, the normal three-bladed shutter converts into nine-bladed one, to keep the number of obscurations per second high, and prevent flicker.
The single knob control gives forward and reverse running, and the slow speed forwards, useful for watching action or just for ‘making things last longer’. Room light socket. Spool capacity 400 ft.
The body construction of 18-5 projector is basically precision-pressed metal.
Production No: 1 353 049 /
Lens:Switzerland Paillard Bolex Hi-Fi 1:1,3 f=12,5-25 mm focus. Silent projector.


Bolex 8 mm No1 353 049 silent(2) for web






Bolex Paillard 18-5 / Made in Switzerland / Production No: 2 053 367 /
Lens:Switzerland Paillard Bolex Hi-Fi 1:1,3 f=20 mm. Silent projector.


Bolex 8 mm No(second one)silent for web










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