Arri PL mount Krasnogorsk-3 Ultra16 converted 1.85:1 16mm K-3 K3 Blackmagic Aaton RED

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PL mount Ultra16 Krasnogorsk-3 16mm Film Movie camera K3 K-3
Meteor 5-1 17-69mm f1.9 zoom lens.

The camera is converted to Ultra16 (1.85:1 ratio) film format.
An ARRI PL mount was attached to the camera like ARRI, Aaton, Red, Blackmagic, Canon, Sony and others lenses for PL mount.

The "Ultra-16" format is a production format and differs from "Super-16" in the symmetrical arrangement of the frame to the film. In this case, the corners of the exposed area partially enter the perforation. The usable area of ​​the frame with an aspect ratio of 1.85:1 occupies the entire height between the perforations and is 11.8×6.25mm. It can be used to optically print redeemed film copies as well as to obtain high definition video in 16:9 format.

Kranosgorsk works in all conditions, in cold, heat, rain and dust. This good camera for travel, expeditions, and in a war zone.
The supplied zoom lens is of extremely high quality and is sufficient for almost any recording situation. Any Pentax screw mount lens will work on the K-3, so you can use any 35mm SLR lens on your K-3.

The K-3 has been adopted by many film schools, including the University of Southern California's School of Cinema and Television. It has a semi-automatic diaphragm setting.

Its low price, rugged construction and sophisticated optics have made it very popular with both beginning filmmakers and professionals. Among the K-3's credits are music videos for the Spin Doctors and Suicidal Tendencies.

Director Spike Lee shot some of the footage in his film Get On The Bus using a K3. There is a photo of Spike holding a K-3 on the cover of the soundtrack CD.