Cine-Kodak Special II 16mm motion picture camera. The camera has two fixed detachable lens formations, one a Kodak Anastigmat F-2.7 63mm lens and the other a Kodak Cin? Ektar Lens 25mm f1.4. The camera is formed of hard black metal jointed with stainless steel joints, and most protrusions are also stainless steel with some textural engraving. Available mode settings include: One Frame Per Turn, Single Frame, Forward and Reverse (at eight frames per turn), and a manually adjustable aperture dial. Melvin Shaffer reports that the camera was used to produce surgical films from 1947 to 1957; 1948 is more likely, as this camera was not manufactured in 1947. Used by Dr. Sidney Negus to produce films of graduation exercises, and also used to film Dr. Hume's first kidney transplant procedure.