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#1 Art Leal

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Posted 28 May 2008 - 11:49 PM

Just bought a Film2Transfer Dual 8 Transfer station. I have about 40 400ft reels of family footage so I thought I'd buy this thing to save some money with the telecine.

Here's a link with a clip of Ektachrome 64T I shot last winter. There's a bit of flickering in the beginning, but I adjusted the motor speed to minimize it. Not a professional look, but I thought it may serve for basic transfers.



I used an older Digital 8 cam I have only because it has a 20X optical zoom, and the units manufacturer recommends at least a 12x.
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