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#1 Jack Honeycutt

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Posted 06 February 2006 - 08:21 PM

I am having a Cramer film processor shipped to me in a few weeks. It is a Mark III, model 810. It is set up to process Super 8 and 16mm film.

I am looking for any paperwork or manuals or folks that might be using this or other Cramer movie film processors.

As I understand it, the Cramer Model 805 was for E-6 and the 810 was for VNF.

The unit I am getting (old, needs work, dirty, etc) is from about 1983. I think the Cramer units may have been used in TV news rooms when the news was shot on movie film and had to be processed that day. It may take no larger than a 400 ft roll of 16mm, but I am not sure.

I would like to exchange literature and info with anyone playing with this old technology.

Thanks

Jack in Portland Oregon
jhoneycutt@qwest.net
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