If you have a daylight screen for the Eumig, it's easiest to project
on that, use the lower light bulb mode to avoid hotspot, and take the
video from there after careful white-balancing. But you will always
have some flicker because of asynchronous shutters.

Florian



On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 2:39 PM, Kevin Timmins <on-on...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> I purchased a eumig 610D duel film projector ages ago in the hope of making
> my own telecine machine. I have a Panasonic DVX100B camcorder for SD and a
> Canon 550D for HD I could could capture to. I've been meaning to start
> faffing about with this project for over a year now but haven't got around
> to it. Any ideas on the quality of images I could produce with the devices I
> have available? How could I get this to work... etc..?
> Kind Regards
> Kevin
>
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