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Phillip R Campey
Expert Film Handler

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From: Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK
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 - posted April 27, 2016 04:15 AM      Profile for Phillip R Campey   Email Phillip R Campey   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
The Fox and the hound. SP colour with slight fade but it is a really nice sharp print, Light wear lines at the end of reel 2.

£180 + PP

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Phillip R Campey
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 - posted April 30, 2016 07:11 AM      Profile for Phillip R Campey   Email Phillip R Campey   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Fox and Hound £180

[ May 04, 2016, 07:55 AM: Message edited by: Phillip R Campey ]

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Andrew Woodcock
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how many frames does the sprocket damage take up on intro Phillip?

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Bruno Heughebaert
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 - posted April 30, 2016 01:44 PM      Profile for Bruno Heughebaert   Email Bruno Heughebaert   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
If only it was in scope....

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Andrew Woodcock
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It's better by not being as far as I'm concerned Bruno.
Maximum sharpness, contrast and brightness levels from minimum planes of glass.

Those are my priorities, always, to enjoy the shear beauty and brilliance of any given print without any distorting and rectification properties.

Let's not forget here, for big money, our prints somehow have to try to compete with 1080p minimum, from 1980's technology here!
To do so, both the print and the display method really has to be "at the races" so to speak, to stand any chance!

When it works, it's untradeable for any other method barring Blu Ray, but still, it has to compete and impress by 2016 eyes and standards to keep us all interested!

I love flat prints personally.

I like to see the frame, exactly how it was created!

[ April 30, 2016, 05:30 PM: Message edited by: Andrew Woodcock ]

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Phillip R Campey
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 - posted May 01, 2016 05:57 AM      Profile for Phillip R Campey   Email Phillip R Campey   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Hi Andrew, the sprocket damage is minimal, it is on the leaders and over the paramount logo, it creates a slight movement on the picture but nothing major, I only mention it so there are no surprises. The sharpness and colour of this print are excellent with very minimal wear if at all. A scope print of Raiders sold last week on eBay for around £1,100 and that one was no where near as good in quality as this one, so who ever buys it is getting a bargain. If it does not sell on the forum I will put it on eBay.

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Andrew Woodcock
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Thanks Phillip.

I will send over a pm later this evening when home.

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Mark L Barton
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From: Bristol, South Glos, England
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