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#1 Simon Wyss

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Posted 18 September 2008 - 05:54 AM

Now every single frame programmable with 50 steps for each colour !

System WRR introduced with step contact printers like Debrie or Dixi, 35 and 16. Most constant Red-Green-Blue (more accurate than can be measured) and most constant quantities of light (invisible 0.1 percent deviation). Printer's speed freely variable between zero and 25 fps at any point in the run.

Up to 32'000 frames in one programme with your fades, flash effects or colour shiftings according to the conform list. Zero-cut, overlength, checkerboarding - all in one. Enough light for slowest printing stock. No incandescent lamp, no cooling necessary.

25-25-25,
17-34-48,
0-0-0,
12-46-8,
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no problem

I have seen it and must say that I like it. I prefer step prints to continuously exposed ones anyway.
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#2 Leo Anthony Vale

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Posted 18 September 2008 - 03:19 PM

I have seen it and must say that I like it. I prefer step prints to continuously exposed ones anyway.


Problem is the lab prefers continuous contact because it's faster.

They'll charge a lot more for a step print.
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#3 Simon Wyss

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Posted 19 September 2008 - 04:09 AM

Hello, Leo

Not there, prices are equal. Look, with the common Bell & Howell or Debrie continuous printers you can't go beyond ten or eight frames between splices. And I always doubted the lamps and the trimming. Now it is certain that 25-25-25 comes out when set. It is so accurate that it can replace a sensitometer.
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