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8MM CAMERA FOR SALE : FOR SALE


8mm Camera For Sale : Camera Shops Dublin Ireland : Vivitar Digital Camera 8025.



8mm Camera For Sale





8mm camera for sale






    for sale
  • purchasable: available for purchase; "purchasable goods"; "many houses in the area are for sale"

  • For Sale is the fifth album by German pop band Fool's Garden, released in 2000.

  • For Sale is a tour EP by Say Anything. It contains 3 songs from …Is a Real Boy and 2 additional b-sides that were left off the album.





    camera
  • A chamber or round building

  • television camera: television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam

  • A camera is a device that records/stores images. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the camera obscura (Latin for "dark chamber"), an early mechanism for projecting images. The modern camera evolved from the camera obscura.

  • equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)





    8mm
  • Compact videocassette format, popularized by camcorders, employing an 8 millimeter wide videotape. [See Hi8.]

  • A compact consumer videocassette record/playback tape format utilizing eight millimeter wide magnetic tape. A worldwide standard established by Sony in 1983, the small size of the cassette made the palm-sized camcorder a reality.

  • 8mm is a trip-hop influenced pop-rock band from Los Angeles, California. 8mm was started by Sean Beavan (who formerly worked with bands such as Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails and God Lives Underwater), and his wife Juliette Beavan.











8mm camera for sale - 8MM




8MM


8MM



Give captured seaside memories a beautiful place to be displayed with these Shimmering Seashell photo frames as your favors Guests’ cameras are sure to be snapping at your beautiful beach themed event. And so, this shell design photo frame is a very fitting choice! Measuring 2” x 4”, each silver metal frame features an intricate cutout sea shell design at its top backed with multicolored glitter to provide a shimmer through effect. Each Fashioncraft exclusive Shimmering Seashell frame has a 1 7/16” x 1 7/8” photo window and a hinged black easel back for easy photo insertion. Also picture perfect as a place card frame, each comes bulk packed in an individual poly bag witth a multicolor pastel stripe design “For You” insert included.

This thoroughly unpleasant thriller from the hands of Joel Schumacher (Batman and Robin) offers very little in its lurid tour of snuff films and the seedy pornographic underworld. A wooden Nicolas Cage stars as a private detective hired by a tycoon's widow, who discovers in her dead husband's safe some 8mm footage of a young girl being sexually abused and slaughtered. Cage's job is to determine the veracity of the film and to find out the girl's identity, whether she be alive or dead. What could have been a taut, nerve-jangling thriller is instead a lumbering, overwrought but underwritten tale of vigilante justice. Screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker also penned the imaginative and compelling Seven, but you wouldn't know it from this tired and monotonous script. Schumacher tries for echoes of both The Silence of the Lambs and Paul Schrader's Hardcore (which stars George C. Scott as a father trying to find his daughter in the seedy porn industry), but despite some slick camerawork, the film fails to draw the audience into either the mystery of the missing girl or Cage's supposed internal conflicts. It's not so much the unsavory subject matter as it is the sloppy and unimaginative filmmaking that makes the movie unbearable. Of the entire cast only Joaquin Phoenix, as a charismatic goth boy who works at an adult book store, comes away with a memorable performance. --Mark Englehart










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New Toy - outside




New Toy - outside





Went to a car boot sale yesterday and came back with a number of new things to play with. This one is my favourite. And it cost a grand total of ?2.

This is a Agfa Movex 88 movie camera from around 1957. It's a standard 8 camera that pre-dates super 8. I've no idea if it works or not, but it appears in pristine condition. Everything is mechanical - it's wound up using the dial you can see on the side. I really wouldn't know where to start in getting it working, so there's a challenge. There must be a manual out there somewhere.. I've seen one for sale on a website but it costs ten times as much as what I paid for the camera.

I understand that although it's an 8mm camera it takes 16mm film. The camera exposes 8mm at once so the film is run through the camera twice so that both sides get exposed. Then when the film is processed the film is spliced and put back together so that the processed film is half as wide, yet twice as long as the original. The ability to be able to run the film through twice means that all kinds of effects and doble exposures are possible. Sounds fun, but probably a bit too advanced for me at the moment...

If anyone knows more I would love to hear from them.











Zen Garden




Zen Garden





Zen Garden- OOAK Fine Silver and Labdorite Necklace---by Art Jewelry Collection.com AKA twopretty.com
This OOAK fine silver necklace is far more beautiful than captured by the camera.

I fabricated the pendant from fine silver, and gave it a high polish without any patination/oxidation. The pendant measures 1 and 3/8" X 3/4", and is marked on the back with my signature mark, and .999.
The beads are 8mm, grade AA labdorite, translucent with a lovely iridescence----the photos really do not do the color justice , but they are a very lovely shade of blue-gray.
The chain, wire, and clasp are all sterling silver (.925).

The necklace is 24" in length, and on myself, falls in to my cleavage. I can adjust the length for you if needed;









8mm camera for sale








8mm camera for sale




Eight Millimeter






Academy Award® winner Nicolas Cage stars with Joaquin Phoenix and Catherine Keener in an electrifying thriller from the writer of Seven. Directed by Joel Schumacher (The Client, Batman Forever, A Time to Kill), this dramatic story follows one man's obsessive search for the truth about a six-year-old crime and his ultimate discovery of the truth about himself.

This thoroughly unpleasant thriller from the hands of Joel Schumacher (Batman and Robin) offers very little in its lurid tour of snuff films and the seedy pornographic underworld. A wooden Nicolas Cage stars as a private detective hired by a tycoon's widow, who discovers in her dead husband's safe some 8mm footage of a young girl being sexually abused and slaughtered. Cage's job is to determine the veracity of the film and to find out the girl's identity, whether she be alive or dead. What could have been a taut, nerve-jangling thriller is instead a lumbering, overwrought but underwritten tale of vigilante justice. Screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker also penned the imaginative and compelling Seven, but you wouldn't know it from this tired and monotonous script. Schumacher tries for echoes of both The Silence of the Lambs and Paul Schrader's Hardcore (which stars George C. Scott as a father trying to find his daughter in the seedy porn industry), but despite some slick camerawork, the film fails to draw the audience into either the mystery of the missing girl or Cage's supposed internal conflicts. It's not so much the unsavory subject matter as it is the sloppy and unimaginative filmmaking that makes the movie unbearable. Of the entire cast only Joaquin Phoenix, as a charismatic goth boy who works at an adult book store, comes away with a memorable performance. --Mark Englehart










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