In the late 1950s, early 1960s, the Sekonic light meter manufacturer was tempted, in a manner of speaking, into making an 8 mm film camera. This camera is therefore fairly rare. The specimen offered here has few signs of use, winds well and runs smoothly. However, I have not been able to test this camera. It has 3 built-in filters: An ND filter, a haze filter and a conversion filter. The focal points of the 3 lenses, mounted on a rotatable Turret , are 9 mm, 13 mm and 32 mm. I don’t know to what extent the selenium exposure meter functions, in any case, it is still a very nice-looking camera for a collection. Please see the photos for further details.
- Object/device type
- Very good with only slight signs of use