Need help identifying no name camera *Updated 2/24/22*

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Need help identifying no name camera *Updated 2/24/22*

Postby iloveturtles9 » Sat Jan 22, 2022 6:08 pm

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I couldn't find much information about this camera, so I'll tell you what I know. I'm pretty sure the one on the left is some sort of display piece, It has a plastic lens, I'm pretty sure it's hollow because when I looked into the port where the cable goes all I could see is bare metal, It weighs 4 pounds 8 ounces, they are both L7 W4 H7 Inches, It has a male cable for some reason even though it's hollow, so it plugs into nothing.

The one on the right is the real one, it has a real lens that for some reason was completely covered in electrical tape when I first got it, so I could not move the aperture or focusing ring,
surprisingly when I took off the tape the focusing ring moves perfectly fine, however the aperture is stuck in place, The glass itself though appears to be in good condition I see no fungus no separation no hazing etc, I believe it is a C-mount lens, I found this similar looking lens on eBay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/234300078782

It appears to have film inside of it, for some reason both cables have been cut, sadly I don't have the key so I can't open them, the real one weighs 7 pounds 2 ounces.
I'm starting to understand why the auctioneers only put “Pair Of Video Cameras” in the description.
The original listing: https://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/ ... D540149EF/

If anyone else is trying to figure this out with me and needs more pictures, feel free to ask it's no hassle.
And thanks in advance to anyone who tries to help me with this

Edits:

I've found that the 14S-6S amphenol cable Is readily available.
I changed the photo link from Google Photos to Google Drive, the broken link should now be fixed.

2/24/22
I managed to pick the lock, and I have confirmed that it is a film camera, With what looks to be 100/200F reels. Sadly I cannot take a picture of the inside because there is still film in it, however I did cut a little test piece off and took a picture of it, I uploaded it to the photos link

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