From: Villeneuve St Georges, France
Registered: Dec 2015
posted August 17, 2018 02:40 AM
Thanks for your nice comments. At this time, around 60 collectors have already downloaded files ,approximately.... I assume many collectors were too young in the "Nineties" to enter S8 collecting world. Also, I think it's also a good way to save former archives. During the "Nineties" Derann Super 8 activity was unique and very, very efficient (as Newsletters can testify)......
At this time , I have not found more Newsletters above 95, can anybody tell me if Derann issued newsletters above this date ? I have found Newsletters archives untill 87 back yet only....
posted August 17, 2018 05:40 AM
The October 2008 one I have is A5, folded from A4, and looks like a photocopy. I suspect I picked it up at the BFCC as by then I was checking second hand lists from the on-line or by an email from them.
posted August 17, 2018 04:19 PM
Also I believe that some printing plates went out of production that were used in older machines. I don't remember if that came from Derann or a Theatre Club I belong to but that could be the reason they sent to photocopies from photo-lithography. I remember that previous to the large (folded A3) newsletters they were single sheet A4 per page folded to fit a C5 envelope or A5 formatted as these latter ones ( A5 around 1984 -1986).
[ August 18, 2018, 03:45 AM: Message edited by: Brian Fretwell ]