The Cine Nizo 8E, launched in 1933 was the first 8mm camera in Europe. The model presented here is a slightly modified one, produced from 1936/37 on.
Format: 2 x 8 mm
Lens: Voigtländer Skopar 1:2,7 / 1,25cm (D-mount)
Frame rates: 8, 16, 32, 64 fps
Sprocket film feed. For 30 years Nizo have produced all their top level cameras in accordance with this very reliable feed technique (see also the Heliomatic page).
A unique feature: this camera has 3 (three!) optical view-finders. The normal one, one on top for shots close to the earth and a lateral one for unnoticed shots.