There are 16mm versions of the retro scanners.... Still think 5-10 k is a
good price if the thing works as promised... a big IF
2016-12-01 19:06 GMT-04:00 Dominic Angerame <dominic.anger...@gmail.com>:
> David, did not realize u meant 10 grand. That is an awful lot of money for
> doing S8mm and 8mm, there used to be very cheap ways of doing transfers by
> using a projector. I am sure that David (above) knows more about this than
> I.It is just a lot of money.
> On Tue, Nov 29, 2016 at 9:36 PM, Dave Tetzlaff <djte...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > I wonder if there is any alternative to it at a decent price (under 10
>> Did you really mean “under $10,000”?
>> Well, there’s the MovieStuff Retro, $4.500:
>> Mr. MovieStuff, Roger Evans, used to make film scanners based on
>> projector mechanisms, probably similar in function to the Reflecta. Some
>> (i’m not sure if all) of these carried the name “Workprinter”. He kept
>> refining the design, moving away from the projector working like a
>> projector to a more controlled scanning method. I’ve never seen one in
>> person, but the guy has been in business a long time now, so I can’t
>> imagine the stuff is bogus. There are probably used models of that older
>> ‘Workprinter’ type out there somewhere.
>> > I know there are filmmakers who have cheaply rigged up an Arduino setup
>> for it..
>> I think that may refer to this: http://kinograph.cc/
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