The Arriflex 16SR2 is a motion picture camera introduced in 1982 by Arri. This camera is designed for 16 mm filmmaking in Standard 16 format, although some are converted for Super 16. 'SR' Stands for Silent Reflex. The SR2 has a lower operational noise level than its predecessor, the 16SR.
|Camera mount||Standard 54mm PL mount|
|Magazine||400 ft (120 m) coaxial quick-change magazine for use with film on bobby|
"Winding B" or (with increased noise level) 200 ft (60 m) daylight loading spools
|Shutter||180 degrees one-piece, mirror shutter intersects optical axis 9 mm before the focal plane at 45 degrees, reflection upwards|
|Noise level||+ 1 dB (A)|
Connector: 4-pin DIN 15931
|Motor drive||DC quartz, 1500 rpm at 25 fps, 1440 rpm at 24 fps|
|Film speeds||Quartz 24/25 fps|
Variable speed unit (VSU) 5 -75 fps
|Pilot tone||DIN 15575, pilot frequency 50 or 60 Hz|
|Weight||Camera body: 7.05 Ibs (3,2 kg)|
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