All of the film I shot in film school was done on a Bolex camera. It's essentially the old work horse of all film school cameras as pretty much up every introduction to shooting uses this versatile 16mm piece of equipment. After recently purchasing a vintage 16mm projector to watch some of my old shorts, I was reminded of the Bolex diagrams we had to learn. The camera had to be threaded in complete darkness as to not expose the film, so knowing your way around what wraps where was kind of a big deal. In any case, I found those original Bolex diagrams in my notes and thought it would be cool to share them. Someday in the not too distant future I'd like to buy myself a used Bolex and give shooting on film another go.
Mar 1, 2012
Bolex Camera Diagrams
Edited by Editing Luke @ 8:00 AM
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