CINEGEL REINETTE 8 camera model from 1950 (France)
Rarity index in France: Rare
In 1950 CINEGEL launched a first model of easy-to-use and inexpensive camera called Reinette and available in double-8 and 9.5 mm formats. The Reinette 8 uses Eastman Kodak 8mm film in 7.5 meter double-8 reels.
In 1952 the tin case was fitted with sides trimmed with imitation leather, polished rushes and fitted with a handle in its upper part. It is renamed Reinete 10 and will be manufactured until 1954.
Composed of a steel and wood tripod, a metal curved tubular arm and a power cable equipped with a switch. This lamp finds its place ideally on the floor or on a table.
Graphic and refined, the Thadée Reinette is a unique piece. Its minimalist design is the work of the Monsieur Lumière design studio.
Bulb: 1x60W E27 decorative (included)