An Interactive Guide For Beginning Film Students & For Those New To The Bolex. Produced By Robert F. Arnold, Associate Professor Of Film, Boston University. The Virtual Bolex is an interactive tutorial & reference guide for the 16mm Bolex reflex movie camera, commonly used in beginning filmmaking classes at many universities. The tutorial is designed to permit students to get virtual hands-on practice with the camera and camera anatomy, to become familiar with the film loadingprocedure, controls for setting frame-rate, exposure, lenses & filters, focus, before and in-between the limited time they may have access to the camera for actual shooting. The reference material supplements the limited Bolex camera manual. Additional information includes using the Variable Shutter to control exposure, in-camera special effects, prime and zoom lenses, filters for color and black and white film and more. According to Sam Kauffmann, fllm professor at Boston University and author of the most popular book on Avid editing, "The Virtual Bolex is like having the camera and the instructor right there in front of you." For Mac, OSX and Windows.