YES! If you saw it back in the day in its original 70mm six-track Dolby release, the sound of the winding stroke once he finally gets it loaded would rip across the theater- wild! Then there's the brace of motorized Nikon F2s and Hasselblad 500 ELMs tracking the barrage of UFOs at Devils Tower, and Melinda Dillon taking snapshots of the aliens with her Rollei 35B! As the proud teen owner of a Rollei 35S at the time, it always sorta bugged me visually that they had her use the rather ugly lesser-known 35B model instead of the iconic 35 or 35S. Eventually I figured it belonged to someone on set and they just spontaneously handed it to her for the scene (the movie was notoriously improvised).