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Richard Kemp
Film Handler

Posts: 68
From: London
Registered: Jun 2009

 - posted June 14, 2009 06:00 PM      Profile for Richard Kemp   Email Richard Kemp   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 

Here's something I uploaded recently, some footage from last December: I have used something called an H264 codec to compress the video file which gives the image more stability than some of the other compressions: using my Chinon for transfers is a pain because it jumps and snaps splices but the Elmo will soon be restored to action so things can only improve [Wink]


Fujica film and camera, R25N, P2 camera - very impressed with this little camera [Smile]


Paillard Bolex H16 Reflex. Projectors: Elmo GP-E, Eumig S807D; B&H TQIII. Editors: Erno E1201, Prinz Oxford 1200, Muray 16mm.

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Osi Osgood
Film God

Posts: 10204
From: Mountian Home, ID.
Registered: Jul 2005

 - posted June 14, 2009 07:26 PM      Profile for Osi Osgood   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Not bad. Need more movement from the stone (hee hee).

Very good transfer. Film in general, is hard to transfer. Even old 16MM ads don't look all that hot.

"All these moments will be lost in time, just like ... tears, in the rain. "

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Jon Anders Klausen
Film Handler

Posts: 80
From: Trondheim, Norway
Registered: Apr 2007

 - posted June 15, 2009 09:52 AM      Profile for Jon Anders Klausen   Email Jon Anders Klausen   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
How did you transfer it? Did you use a videocamera and just film it? Or do you have one of those telecines?

I'm thinking about transfering a few films myself just for fun, but don't want to spend lots of money on professional transfers..

My site: iSuper8

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