From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (1979?-1980s?)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a long, golden shape resting a bit below the center of the screen. Then, there is another shape that is like the aforementioned shape but with two circles on its top come down, revealing that these shapes are two halves of a stylized film camera. The top half of the camera stops moving down above the lower half, and golden text reading "COLECCIONISTAS" slowly slides in from the left, stopping when it is between both halves of the film camera before the screen fades to black.

Variant: There appears to be a variant that shows the lower half of the film camera coming down before the upper half follows suit. This variant also features a different synth warble piece. It is unknown what this variant appeared on.

Technique: Simple animation, possibly done by a computer.

Audio: A sci-fi sounding warbling tune.

Availability: It was seen on at least one VHS tape, which is a print of El buscón.

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