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#1 Christopher Thomas

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Posted 25 June 2007 - 02:41 PM

I just started shooting vision 200 and 500 film and stupidly didnt realize i couldnt really get prints of them anywhere... unless anyone out there knows a place. i like to work with my film with my hands and to project it... i'll transfer to video as well but... i'm not a pro im just kinda working in my own way... so, i cant tell if its stupid or not but i want to do it this way.
seems like my best option would be to get it transfered to 16...
anyone have suggestions/guidance about this.
thanks
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#2 Douglas Hunter

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Posted 25 June 2007 - 03:52 PM

Bill Brand in New york does wonderful blow-ups from super 8 to 16mm but this is an expensive process no matter who does it. If you have the money it can lead to very pleasing results but you really want to know what you are doing before going down that road.
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#3 Oron Cohen

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Posted 25 June 2007 - 04:05 PM

Hi,

I did a print from super8 negative (200T) to super8 positive at Andec Filmtechnik in Germany.
as far as I know they are the only lab that does it. I think they also can make you a print to from super8 negative to 16mm too.
Just send them an Email and ask them. there site is : http://www.andecfilm.de/

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