The Cine Kodak K-100 is a non-reflex 16mm camera that runs off a spring wound motor. The K-100 has one of the longest running spring wound motors available giving you the option of running off 40' of film before having to re-wind it. The camera accepts 100' daylight spools. This camera is built like a tank! I use a K-100 for most of my experimentation where I have manipulated the film stock prior to principal of photography. I ran film through this camera that had been previously buried in soil for a year. My K-100 has put up with film that was boiled in water, pre-treated to a baking soda bath, household bleach and even a bowl of JELL-O. This camera just keeps going! I love it! The K-100 can film at numerous speeds, from single frame right up to 64 frames per second. My K-100 has a 3-lens turret system so changing from a wide angle lens to a telephoto lens is fast and easy. The camera in the picture above is the Kodak K-100 that I use.