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#1 bryden john williams

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Posted 12 August 2007 - 09:05 PM

I recently got 4 rolls of ektachrome 64t transfered to mini dv from a guy in sydney called DVD infinity.
AThe results were not what i expected from his quote "best transfer systemin the world". The image was jittery, which when viewed on the projector was rock steady ( due to the fantastic Canon 1014 that i was using).
There was excessive grain and little detail in the highs and lows, all in all, a pretty crap transfer.

does anyone have any screen grabs of a higher quality transfer of super 8, in different stocks.

would be nice to see the best one can get out of super 8 in a digital format.
thanks.
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#2 Michael Waite

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Posted 13 August 2007 - 03:41 AM

Hi Bryden, I've seen those ads & after reading them a couple of times I had my doubts. He seems to be selling himself too hard. I've just sent a roll of Kodachrome 40 to Video 8 in Artarmon. First time I've used them but I've heard good things about them. I don't have anything to show yet & I don't even know what's on the film, not having a projector.
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