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Auto Load Filmo 16mm Bell & Howell (1940 – U.S.A.)

This modern movie camera belonged to the extensive catalog of Bell & Howell, an American company founded by two projectionists who had the vision to offer the consumer market, portable video cameras to record their social occasions.

Made of metal and faux leather, this camera using 16mm cartridges and unlike other models of B & H who possessed the traditional revolver 3 lenses, the Auto Load Filmo came equipped with one objective Lumax 1: 1.9.