London, South Kensington
20 July 2004
Kino II outfit
Ernemann, Germany; 17½mm., the camera stamped 3, with black-leather covered body, nickel-fittings, top-mounted removable optical finder, hand-crank and an Ernemann Kinostigmat f/2.4 lens; clockwork film back no. 14; double film back no. 237 3 with chain link to the camera via a geared hand-crank, and built-in film counter; the back and camera coupling together and mounting on to a matched and fitted baseboard; accessory film gate, spare shutter blades and film holder, Ernemann negative film in tin and exposed film with leading frames titled Ernemann Kino...
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Peter Ariel (1981, 1983), Ariel Cinematographica Register, no. 109, 366.
The camera dates to 1904.
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