Thanks Robbie, its a H16 Rex 5 Bolex. I've used this printer setup to
successfully do straight 16mm work in the recent past. In trying out the Super
8 gate I have not yet printed any film.
JK recommends a 50mm lens with ballpark distances of 9" from gate to gate, with
a 1.5" tube extension and a bellows size of 3.5". This gives me no discernible
image looking through the viewfinder.
However I can get an image in focus with a distance of 7.5" between gates but
this leaves the lens & camera near the maximum extension possible on the rails.
This would be fine but it doesn't quit fill the frame in the viewfinder.
I'm guessing I need further extension tubes.
From: Robbie <rahb...@yahoo.com>
To: John Woods <jawood...@yahoo.ca>; Experimental Film Discussion List
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Sent: Monday, October 10, 2011 10:01:25 PM
Subject: Re: [Frameworks] JK printer settings for 8mm to 16mm blowup
What camera are you using? Is it a bolex reflex? Can you see the image through
viewfinder? And if so, is it in focus when youve sot your previous outoffocus
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On Oct 10, 2011, at 9:47 PM, John Woods <jawood...@yahoo.ca> wrote:
Hi Frameworks, I'm at last attempting to do some Super 8 blowups to 16mm but am
confounded at finding the right printer/lens/bellows configuration. I've
attempted to do the setup recommended by JK at:
>with no luck, I just get a blurry grey image. I'm using a 50mm lens and tube
>extensions on a K-103 model.
>If anyone has any tips or could share with me a workshop manual being used by
>your school/co-op it would be greatly appreciated! I've found a few official
>manuals online but none that go into detail about doing blowup work.
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