Can also be mounted on a tripod. Both battery checks work and have been tested. There is no mold or haze in or on any of the glass elements.
From the Eyepiece to the front element, all clear. Serviced and ready for film.
Cleaning a camera is not the same as a true CLA service. It's not cleaning the camera. It's opening up the camera, blowing out and removing internal loose particulates, cleaning all exposed lens elements, lubricating and removing solidified vintage lubricants when applicable. And making any necessary adjustments found when going through the testing process. Super 8 type 8mm movie camera.
4.2 x 5.7 mm (Projection image size: 4 x 5.4mm). 7.5 - 60mm f/1.4 (19 elements in 13 groups, including 11 new type glass elements). Manual (Front lens group rotating method), 1.2 m to infinity.
Close distance shooting by turning the zoom ring to Macro. Close-up shooting at 16.5 cm from the film plane mark is possible when the focusing ring is set at infinity. Field of view: 33 x 45 mm.And manual zooming with zooming ring. Prism screen rangefinder (Micro-prism rangefinder). Aperture value, exposure meter needle, over/under exposure warnings, film end precaution. TTL Servo EE with a CdS exposure meter. Automatic aperture setting coupled to loaded film speed and filming speed. ISO 400, f/1.4, 18 fps, shutter opening at OPEN - ISO16, f/32, slow motion, shutter opening at 4. Automatic ISO setting by film cartridge Tungsten type film: ISO 25, 40, 64, 100, 160, 250 and 400 Daylight type film: ISO 16, 25, 40, 64, 100, 160 and 250. A Color Conversion filter A is built-in to use tungsten type film under daylight. The CCA filter is automatically cancelled with loading of a daylight type film cartridge. Manual cancellation of the CCA filter is possible attaching the CCA Filter Cancellation Adapter or a lighting unit. Automatic and manual aperture setting with the EE/Manual aperture control ring. Power filming by a high performance micro-motor. 18, 24 fps, instant slow motion Approx. 40 fps and single frame. Four AA batteries in the grip for film drive and exposure metering. Sufficient power for 10 film cartridges under normal temperature (one cartridge for single frame shooting). Automatic resetting by unloading of a cartridge. The frame counter indicates 72 frames (1 ft) in one rotation. Variable between 150 - 0 degrees. Fading out is possible by complete closing of the shutter opening. Sockets for remote control/single frame shooting and flash synchronization. Three way switch for on, off and running lock.
An orange warning lamp lights up 2 ft. Preventing mistakes on shooting: Over/under exposure warning, shutter lock and film transportation confirmation window. Possible with the Remote Switch 60 or 3. Interval shooting is possible with Interval Timer E (short time timer). Dimensions (W x H x D).70 x 118 x 224 mm. I own all Canon and Nizo service manuals. Not copies but the actual manuals In Japanese and German. Luckily they're also in French and English. I'm also a top contributor on the largest Super 8 Facebook Page and help people around the world with repair advice and the needed tools for the repairs. Also a contributor on three of the main Cinematographer online sites. I have accumulated many years worth of parts as well as many S-8 and 16mm movie cameras and specialize in Canon builds from the late 60's to the early 80's. I used super 8 in the 70's filming skateboarding and surfing events in California where I lived for 37 years. Your item will be wrapped in bubble wrap and I use packing material to insure your item is delivered safely. Nizo, Minolta, Nikon, Elmo, Canon super 8, Super 8, Movie camera.