And the Kinetta's Hypergamma looks cool!
On Mar 2, 2013, at 5:44 PM, Jeff Kreines <jeffkrei...@mindspring.com> wrote:
> Just about finished in Boston, and will be in NYC mid-week and beyond,
> scanning films for Owen Plotkin, Michel Negroponte and Ross McElwee, and --
> perhaps you, too.
> Just scanned films in Boston for Jan Egleson (3 features from A&B rolls),
> Robert Harris (including some early Nam June Paik performance footage), and
> Kate Dollenmayer (hand-cranked 35mm B&W negative) among others.
> The 22 hours of Nixon White House Super-8 home movies shot mostly by HR
> Haldeman make up the bulk of OUR NIXON by Penny Lane and Brian Frye, which
> premieres at SXSW and is the closing film of the NYFF New Films/New Directors
> festival at the end of March.
> Thank you Owen for your kind offer of a place to scan.
> So of you have film of any format and want the highest quality digital files,
> email me at j...@kinetta.com.
> And if you are in Paris or San Francisco, there are Kinettas there, too.
> Jeff Kreines
> On Feb 27, 2013, at 9:37 PM, Jeff Kreines <jeffkrei...@mindspring.com> wrote:
>> I will be in NYC next week (and possibly beyond) doing high resolution film
>> scans with a Kinetta Archival Scanner. (For more information go to
>> I can scan any format from 8mm to 35mm, including 9.5mm, 17.5mm, and 28mm,
>> at a resolution of 3296 x 2472 (about 5x the resolution of HD). Kinetta's
>> Hypergamma technology makes it possible to scan the most contrasty prints or
>> reversal original without sacrificing highlights or shadow detail.
>> Special rates for Frameworks subscribers. Email me offlist at
>> j...@kinetta.com if you have any questions.
>> Jeff Kreines
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