LEITZ 8mm camera - Leicina 8SV in great condition, tested with film and sold with these accessories
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In 1962 LEITZ launched the Leicina 8 SV model with variable focal length. It will eventually replace the little-sold Leicina 8V model by offering a lighter and better balanced camera. First equipped with an Angenieux zoom then with variable optics signed Leitz, it was distributed in different versions until the end of the 1960s. This camera comes with the silver version of the Angenieux lens.
This camera is in good condition. It has traces of use on the outside of the camera and on the plastic battery box. The optics are in great condition, without dust, traces of shocks or fungi. The camera is sold tested with film with good results. It is sold with its original leather bag and a metal sun visor.
Year of production : 1962 to 1969
Place of production: Wetzlar (Germany)
Format: 8mm, Double-8
System, Film Length: Reels, 7.5m
Drive: Electric motor
Frame rates: 16, 18, 24fps, single frame
Focusing : Reflex through the lens, Eyepiece with diopter correction
Lenses: Dygon 1:2.0 F=9, Dygon 1:2.0 F=15 & Dygon 1:2.0 F=36, Fixed-focus interchangeable
Light meter: automatic auto exposure, viewfinder control
Counter: Film reserve indicator in the viewfinder
Dimensions (WxDxH) Weight: 5.7 (6.7) x 15 (23) x 8 cm,1.15 kg
Case, Finish: Cast light alloy, Beige and gray hammered paint
Serial number : 8SV-38580
Accessories: carrying case, sunshade
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