The Mundus Color 60 is a camera that shoots still photos on 16mm movie film. They were manufactured from the 1940's to the 1970's in France. Unlike a 16mm movie camera that exposes horizontal frames at 24 per second, The Mundus exposes one frame at a time, vertically on the film, and the camera has the same functionality as any other manual camera. I shot this test roll on Cine Chrome 100D 16mm film, which was processed and telecined at Pro8mm in Burbank. This is, to my knowledge, the only full roll of images from a Mundus camera on the internet. Although you cannot see the full image in this telecine, you get a pretty good feel for how this will look. I will be scanning a lot of this roll on my website, cinemasuper8.com. For more on the Mundus camera, see this entry from when I first bought the camera, almost two years ago!
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