|Nikon R10 Super Zoom cine cameraMore...||MINT-||£345.00|
|Specification: Lens: Cine Nikkor Zoom 7-70mm f/1.4 Zooming ratio: 10x with macro focus and two-speed (approx. 4 and 10 sec.) power zoom with manual override, focusing to 1.5m (5ft) on normal control and down to 170mm from film plane on macro; multi-layer coating on glass surfaces; attachment size 67mm dia. Viewfinder: SLR type with split-image rangefinder: 0.53x to 5.32x magnification with eyesight adjustment from –5 to +3 dioptres; f/number with under- or overexposure warning marks, film-end mark, eyepiece shutter control, shutter blade opening visible in inspection window and rubber eyecup. Film: Super 8 cartridges with automatic film speed setting from ASA 10-400 (daylight) and 16-640 (tungsten light). Film running speeds: 18, 24, 54fps driven my micro motor plus single frame Film rewind: Automatic up to about 100 frames Shutter bladed openings: Variable from 160° to 0°, couples to exposure meter at 80° and 40° openings Exposure meter: Electric eye with servomotor iris diaphragm control, EE lock, manual override Footage counter: Additive, automatic resetting. Shutter release: Electromagnetic, dual-action trigger with lock, plus cable release socket. Fade: Automatic through variable-in/fade-out, plus manual override Lap-dissolves: Automatic through variable through variable shutter blade openings and film rewind. Power source: Six 1.5V AA batteries power the film transport and zoom motor. Battery check: LED lights up when batteries are adequate.. Type A filter: Built-in for colour temperature compensation, automatically displaced when shooting with movie light. Speedlight sync terminal: accepts standard sync cord for automatic illumination of single frames. Tape recorder sync terminal: Accepts accessory cord to synchronise film/tape recorder run. Remote control terminal: Accepts remote control unit for off-camera release. Dimensions: 70mm x 200mm x 260mm Weight: 1.93kg (68.6 oz)|
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*Definition: Nikon digital SLRs have either an FX or a DX sensor. The FX sensor, measuring 24x36mm, is roughly equivalent to the size of the 35mm film frame. The DX sensor is smaller, measuring 15.8x23.6mm.
DX-NIKKOR lenses are engineered and optimized for use on Nikon DX-format D-SLRs and are designed to cover the smaller image area of the DX sensor. When a DX lens is mounted on an FX-format Nikon D-SLR, the cameras DX-Crop Mode is automatically engaged, introducing a 1.5x magnification (cropping) factor.
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