marketed in 1969-70
silent super 8 cartridge
lens: Synchronex Sound f: 1.8 \ F: ? mm
zooming ratio: 2x
filter size: ?
viewfinder: single-lens reflex with adjustable eyepiece
viewfinder information: ?
exposure: auto exposure control; TTL EE, CdS cell
film speed: auto for 25/40, 40/64, 64/100, 100/160 and 160/250 (daylight/tungsten)
ASA notching: 4 pins
CCA filter: built-in 85A filter; coupled with movie light socket
filming speed: 24 fps
shutter opening angle: <180 degrees
sound: double-system, socket for sound recording on synchronized tape recorder (1)
remote control socket: yes
cable release socket: no
movie light socket: screw type
film counter: 0-50 ft
handle: detachable pistol grip
film drive motor: DC micromotor
battery check button: yes
power source: 4 x AA batteries \ 1 x button cell for light meter
tripod socket: 1/4"
made in Japan by [Yashica ?]
this movie camera seems to be designed by Synchronex
(1) Synchronex Super8 System consists of the camera and a synchronised c-cassette player. After you finished taking your images, you placed both the film cartridge and the matching tape cassette in a prepaid mailing bag and you mailed to Synchronex Laboratories in New York. Your films were returned to your magnetically striped and lip-synchronized, ready to be played back on any Super8 sound-on-film (magetic) projector.
Picture by Rick Oleson, Lexington Kentucky (USA), www.flickr.com/photos/26262745@N08/