Cale in collaboration with Liam Young now explore the soundscape of a new generation, the distant rumble of drone propellers, to be set against the visual spectacle of Young’s choreographed flying machines.
Typically associated with militarised applications, each drone is repurposed here as both disembodied instrument and dynamic audio infrastructure.
Auricon cameras were important industrial and news gathering cameras from the 1950s into the 1970s.
The Early Days of News Gathering and Reporting describes news gathering and the use of Auricon cameras in the 1950s and 1960s.
As designed the Auricon CM-72A could only take 100 feet of film.
As indicated in an ad at only provided 2 minutes and 45 seconds of filming.
Auricon made early 16mm sound movie cameras that were used frequently in documentaries and in early television.
Argus was an American camera manufacturer that started in 1936 as a subsidiary of International Radio Corporation. Cosina is a Japanese company that started in 1959 making lenses and later cameras.
The Argus Cosina 735 is quite compact with rolex replica dimensions of 2" x 3-3/4" x 5" 1/4 and a weight of 2 lbs 2 oz according to the Super 8 Database. (Circa 1949) Auricon Cine-Voice 16mm Sound-On-Film Camera, Serial No.
E6-83,444, 15 Watts, 100 feet film capacity, made in USA by Bach Auricon, Inc., Hollywood 38, California.
Many Auricon CM-72A cameras were modified to accept larger film magazines.
For example, the Wikipedia article on Auricon shows a modified Auricon CM-72A with a 400 foot capacity Mitchell magazine. The camera is connected to the Auricon Sound-on-Film Recording Amplifier.