London, South Kensington
25 July 2007
A. Bourdereau, Paris; 35mm., engine-turned aluminium and brass body, hand-cranked mechanism with hand-crank, top-mounted optical sports finder, rear-mounted film magazine, footage gauge, large CINEX logo engraved on camera door, an Optis Anastigmat f/3.5 50mm. lens no. 10098; a tripod with wooden legs and Bourdereau geared head no. 167
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Peter Ariel (1981), Ariel Cinematographica Register, no. 590
L. Mannoni (1996), Le Mouvement Continué p. 332
The Cinex camera sold for 1950 francs in 1925.
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