I have used the Panasonic AF100 with an Odyssey 7Q recorder.  The camera
can adjust shutter by a 10th of a degree, so you can adjust shutter speed
until you lose any flicker or banding.  I project with a regular projector
onto a small (1'x1') bright screen.  I run the projector without film to
get the shutter speed close, until you have an even white image with no
flicker or moving bands, then I load the film and in the first few seconds
do minor tweaks on the shutter speed.  The Q7 recorder lets you record to
hi def or even 4k.  It works very well and it's cheap if you can get the
camera.  I rent it from my local co-op.

I have a steenbeck, but I am in rural Nova Scotia.

On Sun, Apr 8, 2018 at 9:06 PM, Scott Dorsey <klu...@panix.com> wrote:

> What country or city do you want it in?
>
> If you're reviewing film and you don't need synch sound, you may find
> a Moviescop actually to be faster for the job, and a lot more
> transportable.
> --scott
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