Nice footage and very stable. He might want to clean the gate though. Does it use some sort of pressure plate?
one of these days I want to use my 16mm Bolex.
Very nice thank you, is there an estimate how much it will cost ?
"How soon will the camera be for sale? If everything goes fine, around April 2014. The prototype is nearly feature complete, with beta testing starting these days. Ten preorders will be the first step towards the final product. They will allow Logmar to manufacture the moulds and tools for all the camera parts that currently only exist as 3D-printed prototypes. Then, volume production may begin. The introductory price for preordering customers will most probably be between 2,000 and 2,500 Euro ($2,700-$3,400). After an investment of more than 300,000 Danish Crowns ($55,000), more than one hundred manually assembled parts per camera and four years of continuous unpaid labor, that’s a very fair offer. As a special treat, the first brave ten buyers may, if they wish, choose blue or red instead of black for the color for the anodized aluminum camera body."
from http://www.filmkorn.org/sensational-...-from-denmark/ , an in-depth article about the camera
Please see for further details these sites:
http://www.logmar.dk/?page_id=37 official website
Thank you not exactly cheap but an ok price.
One would have to see the whole frame but the sides are cut off a bit. If only one casette was used I'd say the light comes happened at the processing stage or it was flare or reflections at the gate. If it was more than one casette then both sources are still valid but a third can be added the camera was not closed correctly.
A light leak at the cassette or during processing would have exposed the film edge at whole lenght. We only see it around the center of the left edge. Even being masked in postprocessing it indicates uneven exposure lengthwise.