It took a spool of twenty-five feet of 16mm movie film. The film was run through the camera twice, each time exposing the film on one side and then the other. The film was then processed, split in half and spliced together making a fifty foot roll of exposed film.
This camera exposed film at 18 frames per second. A fifty foot spool of film produced a movie about three minutes long.
|There is a key on this side of the camera. It folds open allowing the camera's clockwork mechanism to be wound up so that the film can be taken.|
|The rear element of the viewfinder can be seen better here. Right now the distance is set to infinity. Raising it up allows closer distances.|
|This shows the front element of the viewfinder. The coloured rectangles correspond to colours on the lenses.|
|This shows the three lenses on the turret. The one on the right is the one that is in position for filming. It is the yellow lens and to take pictures with it the yellow rectangle is used.|
|Another view of the camera with it's side removed to allow access for loading and unloading film.|
|This and the next two pictures show the lenses in their different positions. This lens uses the yellow rectangle.|
|This lens uses the red rectangle.|
|This lens uses the green rectangle.|