Eumig (Bolex) Nautica


Film lives! Looking for that natural 'filmic look' that all the digital cameras are trying to mimic? Your search has ended, because the Bolex is it. This spring wound 16mm camera is the one we all learned on in film school, and it will continue to produce beautiful, grainy images without ever needing a firmware update.

Owner Notes:

Super 8mm film camera capable of underwater (!) recording. Rated for depths up to approx. 120 feet (40m). Takes Super 8mm cartridge film. No sound recording. Records either 1 frame per shutter actuation or 18 fps (selectable). Tungsten/daylight switch; built-in no. 85 filter. The lens is 9-30mm f1.9 (zoom rocker handle). Macro capable. Removable hand grip. Backlight compensation. 190 degree shutter. Takes AA batteries.
Very easy to use.

Includes:

  • Hand Grip
  • Lens Cap

Condition: Like New
Replacement value: $300.00

$50.00

per day

$150.00

per week

$50.00

per weekend


Super 8mm film camera capable of underwater (!) recording. Rated for depths up to approx. 120 feet (40m). Takes Super 8mm cartridge film. No sound recording. Records either 1 frame per shutter actuation or 18 fps (selectable). Tungsten/daylight switch; built-in no. 85 filter. The lens is 9-30mm f1.9 (zoom rocker handle). Macro capable. Removable hand grip. Backlight compensation. 190 degree shutter. Takes AA batteries.
Very easy to use.

Includes:

  • Hand Grip
  • Lens Cap

Condition: Like New
Replacement value: $300.00

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I am a multidisciplinary artist whose primary focus is filmmaking. In addition to numerous directing, cinematography, and production design credits, I have written technology and film reviews for publication, contributed original artwork for album covers, and have had sculptural installations included in group shows throughout the New York area. I also perform live as a VJ and my original films have screened worldwide. Read more »