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Bolex 16mm Film Camera
Photographic film is a sheet of plastic (polyester, nitrocellulose or cellulose acetate) coated with an emulsion containing light-sensitive silver halide salts (bonded by gelatin) with variable crystal sizes that determine the sensitivity, contrast and resolution of the film.
One of the more widely used 16mm non-sync cameras, it is made in Switzerland by the Paillard Company. There are many varieties, non-reflex, reflex, springwound and electric motor driven. But when someone says “Bolex,” typically they mean a reflex, springwound model, such as the Rex-4.
Bolex is a Swiss company (Bolex International S.A. of Yverdon) that manufactures motion picture cameras and lenses. The most notable products of which are in the 16 mm and Super 16 mm formats.
Swiss made 16mm non-sync camera. Very popular.
16mm film refers to a popular, economical gauge of film used for motion pictures and non-theatrical (for instance, industrial or educational) film making. 16mm refers to the width of the film. Other common film gauges include 8mm and 35mm.
The standard film gauge for films intended for television, though it is often used by low-budget and amateur filmmakers because of lower film and processing costs.
My 1947 Bolex 16mm Movie Camera (2010 Project)
This is the Model H-16 Bolex from 1947. It is Swiss made and operates on a hand crank wind up (no batteries needed) much like Swiss watches. This is a brilliant camera with so many features for it's day: a 3 lens turret mount (just rotate for standard, wide or long), variable speed settings for fast or slow motion, hand cranking to reverse exposed footage for super-impositions, and single-frame still photography or as stop-motion, exposing one frame per shutter click.
16mm Film Projector 
Bolex S-221 16mm film projector. Lighting info: umbrella at camera left, snooted flashgun with light blue gel on the right, bare flashgun angled to light the background.