Camera Control Motors
ITSM / BXDC -- This single frame advance camera motor control is
commonly used in cell-animation, puppet-animation, time-lapse for slow motion
(fast forward) effects. Also in nature documentary
films, glacier motion studies, environmental studies, construction sites and in the long exposure-time photography. ITSM consists of more programmable and built in functions than competitive systems available at same affordable price range.
For more inf. ITSM Motors
Single frame motors for film cameras having 1 to 1 drive outlet
ANIMATION MOTOR K206
Motor and mounting hardware $395.00
These motors are sold out
K206 motor mounts directly to the BOLEX camera, no alterations required. Drive
engages with one to one drive outlet and three mounting screws engage with threaded inserts
already in the REX 4 and later model cameras. A 120 frames-per-minute (120 RPM) 110 VAC
synchronous motor delivers constant exposure time of 6/10 of sec. per frame.
The motor is operated by a forward/off/reverse operation toggle switch * push
for individual advance * on/off continuous run toggle switch * shutter open/closed toggle switch.
Also a plug in socket for a remote controlled frame advance switch is provided.
K206 INSTALLATION TO BOLEX H16 REFLEX CAMERAS
SBM, EBM, AND ANY OF EARLY VERSIONS OF H16 REFLEX CAMERAS
HAVING ONE TO ONE FRAME ADVANCE OUTLET INSTALLED
1) Before installing the K206
motor, disconnect the internal spring motor of the camera: Push
the (MOT) lever down to (0) position and simultaneously press the trigger back to (M) position.
Set the speed control knob to 64 fps. (Note: To avoid the possible breakdown, turn the speed
control pack to slower speed 24 fps. before engaging the spring motor for live action shoot)
2) Align and engage the K206
motor coupling and the ONE TO ONE outlet drive shaft so that
the camera shutter is in closed position when motor is advanced and stops to home position.
Note that most of REX 5 and later model cameras have a drive shaft pin which have one end
larger, this larger end must point towards to the front of the camera. Align this wider end with
the larger slot in the end of motor coupling.
3) Hold the motor in place with
one hand and use your free hand to install (3) spacer
bushings and mounting screws, do not tighten screws yet.
4) Remove the camera lens and
inspect the shutter movement, TOGGLE the shutter open
and closed switch, if not correct repeat the install procedure and make correction by turning
the camera drive shaft 180 degree.
5) Align the motor so that the
motor coupling appears to be 90 degree, to the camera body.
Finally run the motor in continuous mode, if uneven motor sound is observed re-align till
binding sound disappears. Tighten the mounting screws.
6) In final inspection, the
shutter must be in closed position when the Shutter open/closed
switch is in CLOSED POSITION.
NOTE: The shutter OPEN/CLOSED
switch must be in CLOSED position when operating
the camera in normal single frame mode.
35 mm. SINGLE FRAME PROJECTOR
This single frame projector is designed for 35mm film screen projection. Available for 4 perforation or 8 perforation frame advance. The mechanical construction incorporates the sprocket wheel forward or reverse frame advance, fixed-pin registration (2 pins for the 4 perf. frame registration and 3 pins for the 8 perf.) frame registration. with corresponding film gates. The film capacity is 400 ft. reel in the dust covered enclosure with FWD / REV take up motors. The light source includes 300 watt halogen lamp, filter holders, heat absorbing glass and water filled heat filter. Also the forced air flow nozzles and hose connection is provided.
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