London, South Kensington
25 July 2007
Morigraf no. 106
L. Maurice, Paris; 35mm., green-painted alloy body, spring-wound motor, twin four-toothed claw film advance, variable shutter, 200ft. externally-mounted magazine stamped 106, top-mounted viewfinder with parallax adjustment, side-mounted Kinoptik gate viewfinder no. 835, three lens turret holding a Kinoptik Foyer Apochromat f/2 28mm. lens no. 2002, a Kinoptik Foyer Apochromat f/2 40mm. lens no. 908, a Taylor Taylor Hobson Cooke Speed Panchro f/2 50mm. lens no. 516613
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Peter Ariel (1989), Ariel Cinematographica Register, no. 400
L. Mannoni (1996), Le Mouvement Continué p. 338
Mannoni illustrates camera no. 104. The Morigraf first appeared in 1935.
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