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#1 KKB22

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Posted 13 February 2006 - 02:06 PM

This could be a very bad question, but I would love to use 7218 for Super 8mm and do a telecine at home. I own one of those old slide or film to video conversion kits, an old Bell and Howell auto load projector and a video camera with an adjustable shutter to eliminate flicker.

Basically my question is, since I would be transferring the negative to video, I suppose if I did an invert on the image to create a positive image (with Adobe Premiere 6.0 on my lab top), would this work? Or do I have to shell out some money to have it professionally telecined?

Thanks!!
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