AMP Sound Super 8 Camera - Model 1 (1)
marketed in 1970-71
silent super 8 cartridge
lens: AMP Sound Super-8 f: 1.8 \ F: 9.5-32 mm
zooming ratio: 3.4x
focusing: manual, 1.5 m to infinity
filter size: ?
viewfinder: single-lens reflex with adjustable eyepiece
viewfinder information: exposure meter, film run signal
exposure: auto exposure control only; TTL Electric Eye, CdS photocell
film speed: auto for 25/40 and 64/100 ASA (daylight/tungsten)
ASA notching: 1-pin
CCA filter: built-in 85A filter, coupled with movie light socket
shutter opening angle: <180
sound: double-system, socket for external recording with a synchronized tape recorder (2)
remote control socket: yes
cable release socket: no
movie light socket: screw type
film counter: 1-15 m
handle: fixed, chamber for penlight batteries
battery check button: no
film drive motor: DC micromotor
power source: 4 x AA batteries \ 1 x PX14, 2.7 V button cell for light meter
dimensions: 50 x 200 x 225 mm
tripod socket: 1/4"
made in Japan by ?
(1) The model 1 is same as the model 2, but without manual exposure control and battery tester.
(2) This movie camera came with a tape recorder connected by a cable to the camera and synchronized with the movie film advance. The tape recorder uses the compact cassettes.
United States Patent 3297835, Moving picture camera switch with improved rotary contact disc structure, filing date 12/03/1965, publication date 10/01/1967, Jesse L Colodner & Pearl River, asignee to International Camera Corporation, New York, New York.