gatvr
home news faq contacts equipment portfolio about links search
 

 

Equipment for hire by

Year
Type
Amateur video/film
Amplifier
Broadcast TV cameras
CAPTION ROLLER
CAPTION STAND
CCTV/Caption camera
CLAPPER BOARDS
Domestic televisions
FILM EDITING
Film projectors
HEADSETS
Imaging Tubes
Lenses
Lighting
Lighting rigs
Loudspeakers
Microphones
Miscellaneous
MOVIE CAMERAS
Pan & Tilt Heads
Pedestals & Dollies
PHOTOGRAPHY
Portfolio
Re-creation
Slide Projectors (35 mm)
STOP WATCHES
STUDIO SIGNS
Tape recorders
Telecine
Teleprinters (telex)
Test Equipment
TV monitors
TV OB Units
VT CLOCKS
VTR
Manufacturer
 
All Exhibits
 

Equipment for hire


"Amateur video/film" equipment.

Click to see large picture Sony CVC 2000B
Period:   full 1960's decade
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Sony's Consumer Video camera from 1965, part of their reel- to-reel monochrome 'home video' taping system (1/2" inch tape running at 12" inches per second). Note the cameras' very basic metal frame 'viewfinder'. In fact this system, which retailed in the US for $695, was used mainly by business or educational establishments. We also have the matching VTRs.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture KEYSTONE A7
Period:   from the beginning of 1940's to the full 1950's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Clockwork 16mm camera 100ft spools. 1930s US design

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture Bell & Howell Sportster
Period:   from the full 1950's to the full 1960's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Double run 8mm camera with a three-lens turret

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture Bell & Howell FILMO70A
Period:   from the end of 1940's to the beginning of 1950's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

A Bell and Howell (Chicago) Filmo 70A (produced first in 1923). A 16mm camera with one Taylor-Cooke f/3.5-f/16 fixed focus lens. Running speed 8-16fps. Clockwork drive. 100ft daylight loading spools. Our example has had bodywork restoration. Working condition. Bell and Howell were the first to produce a 16mm spring-wound movie camera. The initial retail price was $180. A rich mans toy.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture Sony AVC 3200E
Period:   from the full 1960's to the beginning of 1970's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   2 specimens available

The AVC 3200E is a monochrome Vidicon camera,used during the 1960s principally by the corporate, scholastic or industrial market. The camera was intended to link to a (reel to reel) video recorder. Our example currently is not in working condition.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture KODAK ROYAL
Period:   from the full 1950's to the full 1960's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

A KODAK 'ROYAL' 16mm cassette loading movie camera. Clockwork with three shooting speeds 16 24 and 64 fps. Nice Kodak Cine Ektar 25mm focussing lens f/1.9-22. This type of camera was used by H.M. The Queen for her 'home movies' (Not the Bolex H16 as depicted in 'The Crown')

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture PATHE Pathescope H
Period:   from the full 1940's to the end of 1950's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Small but quite heavy 9.5mm cine camera from the 1940s. Uses a pre-loaded cassette. Fixed focus lens but with a limited aperture range.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture KODAK BROWNIE 8mm II
Period:   from the full 1950's to the full 1960's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Double 8mm very basic cine camera. Flip up viewfinder. Lots sold all over the place.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture JVC VIDEO MOVIE GR C74
Period:   from the full 1980's to the full 1990's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Chunky and heavy JVC Video C format (ie chopped down VHS)camcorder from the 1980s. Nice red colour. Another version available. All non working.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture SHARP Corporation XC51
Period:   from the end of 1980's to the full 1990's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Very compact portable amateur video filming kit using the 'Video C' VHS system and a very basic Saticon tube camera. Late 1980s design.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture PANASONIC AG DP 200 B
Period:   from the end of 1990's to the beginning of 2000's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Upmarket amateur lightweight SUPER VHS video camcorder, shoulder-mounted. Used also as a low cost ENG camera by local tv stations. Educational or corporate usage. The camera records on a full-sized VHS tape.

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture CANON EX2
Period:   from the end of 1990's to the beginning of 2000's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Sophisticated 'pro-sumer' CCD video camera, the Canon EX2 Hi 8mm video camcorder boasted a range of 'extras' such as mic level control, manual/auto focus, stereo sound, picture fade in/out, exposure control, edit facilities, an interchangeable zoom lens system,'S' video output and a compact '8mm' tape system. Mid 1990s design, the overall picture quality was nothing exceptional. Working condition

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture ENSIGN Autokinecam 6
Period:   from the full 1940's to the full 1950's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   1 specimens available

A basic early 1930s 16mm clockwork movie camera. The Ensign AutoKinecam six. exposed a 100ft of film through a Taylor Hobson 1 inch f/3.5 lens. Larger image shows the camera on a Films & Equipments tripod

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
Click to see large picture Bell & Howell Autoset/Quarz
Period:   from the end of 1950's to the full 1960's
Type:   Amateur video/film
Quantity:   2 specimens available

Two typical 8mm home movie cameras from the late 1950s/1960s. A Bell & Howell Autoset and a Russian-made Quartz. Both cameras in running (whirr) condition

See the same period
See the same type
See the same manufacturer
 
Home News FAQ Contact Us Equipment for hire Portfolio About Us Links Search
Last updated: 30 October 2018