Anyone familiar with this?

Discussion in '35mm Cameras and Accessories' started by Boris Mirkov, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. Boris Mirkov

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    It looks to me like some kind of negative cutting machine but I have no idea what it is really...
     

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    It is new to me too. Resembles a bit slide film cutters.
    Is that pin for the perforation adjustable? (If this thing is 35mm wide in first case...)

    It could serve exact (adjusted) cutting before sleeving film strips.
     
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    I agree with AgX, looks like a slide cutter. As he suggests, probably very handy for sleeving.
     
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    Assuming it is the width of 35mm film, it is a negative/slide cutter. These were very common way back when. They often had a translucent base so they could be used with a light table. I use one quite often.
     
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    All right, thanks!
     
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    A high-tech izmel.