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Please read manual and complete written portion of test prior to operational proficiency. Bring answers with you with your name and TESC ID number clearly indicated to workshop or proficiency test.
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Please read the [[APS Bolex 16mm Reflex Operating Guide]] to complete the written portion of test '''prior''' to in-person operational proficiency.
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'''Bring''' test answers to your scheduled in-person operational proficiency, with your name and TESC ID number clearly indicated.[[File:Bolex bayonet front.jpg|thumb]]
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'''Written Test'''
 
'''Written Test'''
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# What additional accessories do you need to check out in addition to the Bolex?
 
# List the four steps necessary to set the diopter adjustment.
 
# List the four steps necessary to set the diopter adjustment.
# How many frames per second is the Bolex capable of shooting? How few?
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# How does changing the frame rate (frames per second/fps) effect the look of the film?
# What kind of viewing system does the Bolex H16 employ? Describe how it works.
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# What is the standard frame rate for shooting on 16mm film?
# Explain the difference between Bolex Rx lenses and normal lenses. What is the effect on the shutter speed, and how do you compensate?
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# Explain the difference between Bolex RX lenses and non-RX lenses. What do you need to do to compensate for the difference?
 
# Describe the difference between a bayonet mount and a turret mount camera.
 
# Describe the difference between a bayonet mount and a turret mount camera.
 
# What is the function of the turret plug?
 
# What is the function of the turret plug?
# List the steps necessary to perform a lap dissolve.
 
 
# List the steps necessary to load the camera.
 
# List the steps necessary to load the camera.
# Describe any precautions you need to take while cleaning and operating the Bolex.
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# To avoid fogging the film, what part of the camera must always be in up-right (vertical) position when the cameraperson's eye is not against the eye cup?
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# How do you know when the variable shutter is closed? What is the consequence of not being sure of its position?
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# What should you always do before putting the Bolex away?
 
# What is the extent of your financial responsibility in case of loss, or damage to the camera?
 
# What is the extent of your financial responsibility in case of loss, or damage to the camera?
 
<br>'''Operational Proficiency Test'''
 
<br>'''Operational Proficiency Test'''
 
* Identify all of the parts and control of the Bolex H16.
 
* Identify all of the parts and control of the Bolex H16.
* Set the diopter and place the 85b filter in the camera.
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* Set the diopter
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* Show how to wind the camera motor
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* Demonstrate how to insert and change filters in the camera.
 
* Set the fps at 24, set the counter at 0.
 
* Set the fps at 24, set the counter at 0.
* Load the film in the camera.
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* Observe the differences between slow and fast frame rates.
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* Load film in the camera.
 
* Demonstrate how to create a lap dissolve.
 
* Demonstrate how to create a lap dissolve.
 
* Demonstrate extended exposure and animation features.
 
* Demonstrate extended exposure and animation features.
* Display proper lens mounting to insure appropriate “taking” balance on turret mount camera. Mount lens on bayonet mount camera.
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* Display proper lens mounting on both the turret and bayonet mount cameras.
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* Properly attach a cable release.
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* Demonstrate how to use a rewind.
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* Wind the camera down before putting it away.
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Latest revision as of 10:14, 25 April 2020

Please read the APS Bolex 16mm Reflex Operating Guide to complete the written portion of test prior to in-person operational proficiency.

Bring test answers to your scheduled in-person operational proficiency, with your name and TESC ID number clearly indicated.
Bolex bayonet front.jpg

Written Test

  1. What additional accessories do you need to check out in addition to the Bolex?
  2. List the four steps necessary to set the diopter adjustment.
  3. How does changing the frame rate (frames per second/fps) effect the look of the film?
  4. What is the standard frame rate for shooting on 16mm film?
  5. Explain the difference between Bolex RX lenses and non-RX lenses. What do you need to do to compensate for the difference?
  6. Describe the difference between a bayonet mount and a turret mount camera.
  7. What is the function of the turret plug?
  8. List the steps necessary to load the camera.
  9. To avoid fogging the film, what part of the camera must always be in up-right (vertical) position when the cameraperson's eye is not against the eye cup?
  10. How do you know when the variable shutter is closed? What is the consequence of not being sure of its position?
  11. What should you always do before putting the Bolex away?
  12. What is the extent of your financial responsibility in case of loss, or damage to the camera?


Operational Proficiency Test

  • Identify all of the parts and control of the Bolex H16.
  • Set the diopter
  • Show how to wind the camera motor
  • Demonstrate how to insert and change filters in the camera.
  • Set the fps at 24, set the counter at 0.
  • Observe the differences between slow and fast frame rates.
  • Load film in the camera.
  • Demonstrate how to create a lap dissolve.
  • Demonstrate extended exposure and animation features.
  • Display proper lens mounting on both the turret and bayonet mount cameras.
  • Properly attach a cable release.
  • Demonstrate how to use a rewind.
  • Wind the camera down before putting it away.