Babcock Theatre

2812 2nd Avenue N,
Billings, MT 59101

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Taken on: July 13, 2019

Uploaded on: March 23, 2023

Exposure: 1/4 sec, f/1.8, ISO 100

Camera: Apple iPhone X

Software: 12.3.1

Size: 2.5 MB

Views: 450

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Make: Apple

Model: iPhone X

X resolution: 72/1

Y resolution: 72/1

Resolution unit: 2

Software: 12.3.1

Date time: 2019-07-13 14:46:27 +0000

Tile width: 512

Tile length: 512

Exposure time: 1/4

F number: 9/5

Exposure program: 2

ISO speed ratings: 100

Date time original: 2019-07-13 14:46:27 +0000

Date time digitized: 2019-07-13 14:46:27 +0000

Shutter speed value: 1/4

Aperture value: 1.8

Brightness value: -18631/21659

Exposure bias value: 0/1

Metering mode: 5

Flash: 16

Focal length: 4/1

Subject area: [2015, 1511, 2217, 1330]

Subsec time: 979

Subsec time original: 979

Subsec time digitized: 979

Color space: 65535

Pixel X dimension: 3024

Pixel Y dimension: 4032

Sensing method: 2

Exposure mode: 0

White balance: 0

Focal length in 35mm film: 28

Scene capture type: 0

Lens make: Apple

Lens model: iPhone X back dual camera 4mm f/1.8

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ducatimatz
ducatimatz on August 22, 2023 at 10:37 am

Looks to be a SIMPLEX XL 35mm Projector Head and Sound Head. The XL came about in 1948 after the Prior Model E7(1937-47) was discontinued. The XL Projector had Auto Oiling verses the E7 which used a Push Style Button called One Shot Oiling which distributed oil to all the Necessary Parts that needed Lubrication. A projectionist just pushed the Button Once before Showing a Film and it was Good for the Whole Day/Nite of Film Projection …

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