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Steven Oppenheimer
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From: Naperville, IL, USA
Registered: Nov 2019


 - posted November 19, 2019 01:16 PM      Profile for Steven Oppenheimer   Email Steven Oppenheimer   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Hi,

wondering if anyone has ever found a working model of one of these frame enlarger and actually used it:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/29504544@N08/8237908403/in/photostream/

Also besides, the wolverine titan scanner being sold, can someone please suggest other means of "blowing up" 8mm and super 8mm frames? I'm not looking to scan a whole reel, just individual frames.

Thanks
Steven

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Joe Taffis
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 - posted November 19, 2019 02:05 PM      Profile for Joe Taffis   Email Joe Taffis   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I used to use something called a "Cinelarger" that was sold back in the 1970s with pretty good results. I remember that you loaded a roll of 120 film in it, and clipped the section of super 8 film with the frame you wanted to capture over an aperture at the top. Then you exposed the 120 film using a flood lamp for a few seconds...
https://www.ebay.com/ itm/TESTRITE-CINELARGER-WITH-INSTRUCTION-BOOK-202796/382907257685?hash=item59270d1355:g:PiQAAOSwZ65cZL2m:sc:USPSPriority!17901!US!-1

the cinelarger uses 120 film, not 35mm. post edited [Wink]

[ November 20, 2019, 06:40 AM: Message edited by: Joe Taffis ]

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Steve Klare
Film Guy

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 - posted November 19, 2019 02:28 PM      Profile for Steve Klare   Email Steve Klare   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I remember ones that were a lens for a 35mm SLR. You'd mount the lens, move the film through the 8mm gate, look through the viewfinder and shoot the frame you chose.

I also remember a cheapy that was a single piece plastic camera that used 126 film. I saw it advertised at a photo shop in Manhattan, but never quite got around to buying one when I was running around over there.(-teenager: broke!).

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Mike Spice
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 - posted November 19, 2019 02:54 PM      Profile for Mike Spice     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
The Wolverine mod currently underway, has allowed me to pull out some amazing still images, tiff or jpg.
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Brian Fretwell
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 - posted November 19, 2019 02:58 PM      Profile for Brian Fretwell   Email Brian Fretwell   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
For B&W prints I used to make contact negatives on positive film and make prints with a photographic enlarger. At one time I used a "toy" projector (10w editor lamp) to project on still and take a time exposure for colour prints.

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Nantawat Kittiwarakul
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 - posted November 19, 2019 08:42 PM      Profile for Nantawat Kittiwarakul   Email Nantawat Kittiwarakul   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
A decent DSLR/Mirrorless camera with macro(and extensions) should do the trick as well. May try this out tonight. [Wink]

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Ty Reynolds
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From: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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 - posted November 20, 2019 05:15 PM      Profile for Ty Reynolds   Author's Homepage   Email Ty Reynolds   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
If you have scanner that can scan slides and negatives, this dealer 3-D prints custom film holders for odd film formats, including 8mm and super 8.

http://www.negative-solutions.com/

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