Since you are in the Mission, you might consider getting a proper scan of your
film instead of subjecting it to a projector and camcorder. Note that you will
be getting a video with combined fields that often blend two frames together --
and unlike a conventional telecine with real 3:2 pulldown the cadence isn't
locked to anything and will drift.
Buck Bito and Jennifer Miko run the Video Transfer Center on Van Ness -- they
are relocating in a couple of weeks and will have a new, far better name. They
do excellent work in any format -- 8mm, S8, 9.5mm, 16mm, S16, 17.5mm, 28mm, and
Disclosure: they have a shiny new Kinetta Archival Scanner, which I make.
On Jun 23, 2012, at 8:18 AM, David Tetzlaff <djte...@gmail.com> wrote:
> They're called telecine projectors. There were some made as 5 blade versions
> originally, others converted after the fact. Mostly they're based on Elmos, a
> few on Singer/Telex. Search 'telecine' on eBay. I have one I could sell you
> inexpensively BUT I live in CT and the shipping would be ridonculous
> Since you're in The Mission, why don't you ask Craig B. is he has one you can
> borrow or rent, or knows where to get one?
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