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Russian 35mm SKL "Temp"
35mm camera designed for M.O.S. and high speed shooting (hence the tachometer mounted on top of the camera at operator's eye level). It uses a four-claw pulldown and double registration pins to produce an extremely stable image, even at high speeds.
Registration: +/- 0.02mm
Speed: non crystal 24fps, variable 24-150fps
150 degree fixed shutter
Viewfinder: rotation 360 degree, 6x +/- 5 diopter
Power Supply: DC27V, up 20A
Mags 120m and 150m
Weight 12kg (26.4lbs)
Very stable image but Temp is noisy (68 dB) and non sync
Side shots of the TEMP. Note the beefy 27V DC motor to drive the beast.
Shot of the interior and a threading diagram...
The impressive movement from the SKL TEMP.