Greetings fellow S8mm users!
I''m planning to shoot a 7 minute narrative festival short on my Fujica ZC-1000 with a variety of stock from Retro 8(http://film.club.ne....glishindex.html
using the Fujinon f/1.8 7.5-70mm
Currently in pre-prod researching theory in attaining a cinematic look on Single 8mm with the use of anamorphic lenses etc. but my mind keeps flowing back to an Ultra HD scan since I heard of the Kinetta (http://www.kinetta.com/) used on
I want to play with as large a res file as possible, at least 2.5k, so I can dramatically work with the image in post and crop it. Though this might not sound feasible I want as close to 16:9 as possible.
I've heard that Cinelicious (http://cinelicious.t...m/small-formats)
has a great rep. Alternatively, if anyone knows of a scanning house with a Kinetta they could please share.
I found the Massachusetts College of Art and Design has one for their students, so I'm waiting for an answer for their service.
Zachariel J Shanahan
PS: I should be getting 5 test rolls/holiday film of HD scans from Retro8 soon, though I think they just do a telecine with a 5d Mk2. I'll share the results when I get them. I've been very impressed with Tak's service since we spoke on the phone on their Tokyo premises (as the front of desk couldn't speak English ()