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#1 Rolando Fernandez

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 10:33 PM

Camera Elmo 1012 super 8mm
transfered by a cheap panasonic gs-33

Only problem was the projector lens:


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#2 Ric Kemp

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Posted 07 October 2008 - 03:50 PM

Camera Elmo 1012 super 8mm
transfered by a cheap panasonic gs-33

Only problem was the projector lens:


nice

no flicker - even at 2fps mismatch?

are you keystoning or what method are you using please?

obviously the tones are altered, but that always adds a charm i find

musical inspiration from the 50's? - lovely strings

bests

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#3 Ryan Ball

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Posted 08 October 2008 - 12:12 AM

Looks pretty soft. The 1012 has a sharp lens and that transfer isn't doing it justice.
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#4 Ric Kemp

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Posted 08 October 2008 - 10:31 AM

Looks pretty soft. The 1012 has a sharp lens and that transfer isn't doing it justice.


or his projector lens?

generally associate super sharp visuals to video which i find hard on the eye - i much prefer the softer imagery aforded by photographic emulsion

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#5 Rolando Fernandez

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Posted 08 October 2008 - 09:47 PM

or his projector lens?

generally associate super sharp visuals to video which i find hard on the eye - i much prefer the softer imagery aforded by photographic emulsion

;)

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Thanks , this is the same movie but using 3ccd and some sony vegas color alterations:



problem is the projector pressure plate and some auto focus errors in video camera.
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#6 Rolando Fernandez

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Posted 08 October 2008 - 09:48 PM

nice

no flicker - even at 2fps mismatch?

are you keystoning or what method are you using please?

obviously the tones are altered, but that always adds a charm i find

musical inspiration from the 50's? - lovely strings

bests

Ric


Thanks , this is the same movie but using 3ccd and some sony vegas color alterations:



problem is the projector pressure plate and some auto focus errors in video camera.
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#7 Rolando Fernandez

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Posted 08 October 2008 - 10:09 PM

Looks pretty soft. The 1012 has a sharp lens and that transfer isn't doing it justice.



absolutely right , home transfers is no justice for 8mm.
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#8 Miguel Loredo

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Posted 09 October 2008 - 10:01 AM

absolutely right , home transfers is no justice for 8mm.


Neither does Youtube quality. Join Vimeo and the Super8 group we have there with 67 members:


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#9 Rolando Fernandez

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Posted 10 October 2008 - 03:20 PM

nice

no flicker - even at 2fps mismatch?

are you keystoning or what method are you using please?

obviously the tones are altered, but that always adds a charm i find

musical inspiration from the 50's? - lovely strings

bests

Ric


hi Ric, I project the film in a white cardboard about 5x5 inches and focus a miniDV cam.
the trick is the variable speed argus projector set at about 20fps video is at 29.97 but
20 fps makes desapear the flicker also the projector has a 5 blade shutter so that helps
a lot. After that some video edit and framing helps.

best regards,
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#10 Ric Kemp

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Posted 10 October 2008 - 04:40 PM

hi Ric, I project the film in a white cardboard about 5x5 inches and focus a miniDV cam.
the trick is the variable speed argus projector set at about 20fps video is at 29.97 but
20 fps makes desapear the flicker also the projector has a 5 blade shutter so that helps
a lot. After that some video edit and framing helps.

best regards,
Rolando


Hi Rolando,

Your results are excellent - i don't understand the equation but if you are using speeds of 20fps and near 30fps with a 5 blade shutter, at some point you are going to achieve synchronicity, i would have thought, because all the numbers are going to be divisible by 5?

Many thanks - i could obviously do with a cam that has a fixed shutter speed [1/50] to use as a control

In theory, my 3 blade projector run at 16.67fps, videoed @ 1/50 should give me synchronisation, but only with a fixed dv cam shutter speed :-o

bests

Ric
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