For Super 8 a Minette, and for 16mm a Moviscop. These are the 'standard' 
quality models - the 'Bolex's of the breed, if you will.

They don't scratch film (if you keep them clean). YOU might scratch the film 
while using them, but that's not the viewer's fault. The most important thing 
with moving film from one reel to another is to keep it wound tightly, and 
avoid cinching. That's what does the most scratch damege - layers of film 
rubbing against one another with foreign matter in between...

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