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DIY Film-to-tape transfer: PD-150 vs. DXC-D30WS(w/DSR-1-- DVCAM deck)...


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Posted 05 December 2005 - 01:47 PM

Hi all,

I am trying to get some opinions on which of the above cameras (and what settings/tricks) may be used best to eliminate flicker issues in a 16 or 35mm film to tape transfer.

I am shooting archival footage, B&W, both 16mm and 35mm, projected on a Kim Flatbed Projector in a viewing room (~5' screen). I am guessing the projector is not crystal controlled in any way, nor will it have any shutter/fps options, so flicker may emerge in either case...

I am told that the clear scan option on the D30 may be used as a rudimentary fine-tuning shutter adjustment, although its primary function is for rastor elimination on monitors (???). Other than that, I suppose the only advantage of the D30 would be the shutter settings...

Any responses would be extrememly helpful... Please let me know if I can clarify in any way.


Thanks!
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