I never heard of such a thing. It wouldn't work on a continuous printer,
only on a step printer or optical printer. The fastest way to deal with
that now would be to digitize, fix and then print back to film (if film is
your final medium)
On Mon, May 8, 2017 at 3:54 PM, George Monteleone <
> Hi all. I was curious if 16mm lab printers are typically equipped with
> any kind of "deflicker" mechanisms for footage that has phase flicker.
> Obviously there are digital tools for such a thing, but for printing
> directly from negative, was curious if color timers have any tricks up
> their sleeves to cope with these issues.
> It's Bolex footage, so imperfect motor sync partially to blame; LEDs
> and/or sodium vapor lamps were also part of the issue, I think.
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