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#1 SpencerAnderson

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Posted 08 January 2006 - 06:28 PM

I have recently come across an ELmo Super 311 Low-Light video camera. I've always wanted to giver Super 8 a try, so I thought buying an inexpensive camera at my thrift store is the way to start. I know it works (I've inserted batteries and seen that it runs fine). Unfortunately there was no instruction manual and I can not find one online. I was hoping someone here may have handled this type of camera before and may know some of its operating qualities.

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#2 Michael Ryan

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Posted 08 January 2006 - 07:20 PM

Hello Spencer,

You can get a copy of the manual from www.craigcamera.com I'm not sure how much it will cost you.
You can also search the web as someone may have it on for free.

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#3 Nilesh

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Posted 29 October 2006 - 12:11 PM

My father has a ELMO Super 311, he used it to take movies of us all as kids. I came across it. Can we get film for it? How can this film be developed? And most importantly - we have movie rolls from this, can it be converted to DVD?

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Hello Spencer,

You can get a copy of the manual from www.craigcamera.com I'm not sure how much it will cost you.
You can also search the web as someone may have it on for free.

Mike


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