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#1 Carlton Rahmani

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Posted 22 January 2009 - 09:42 AM

This question ranges from dumb to remedial, so please be patient:

Okay, I'm considering purchasing a Canon HV10 to shoot some local videos, but was thinking that if it doesn't suit me for that purpose, should I then consider coupling it with one of those Elmo telecine projectors for 16mm material? And what kind of quality could I expect with this setup?

My greatest hope would be that I could go ahead and do the transfer using this rig, then do all the necessary PPD, including effects and digital doctoring, on the PC, then transfer to 35mm. Is this even a reasonable idea, or am I completely off base?

Thanks.
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Posted 24 January 2009 - 02:55 PM

This question ranges from dumb to remedial, so please be patient:

Okay, I'm considering purchasing a Canon HV10 to shoot some local videos, but was thinking that if it doesn't suit me for that purpose, should I then consider coupling it with one of those Elmo telecine projectors for 16mm material? And what kind of quality could I expect with this setup?

My greatest hope would be that I could go ahead and do the transfer using this rig, then do all the necessary PPD, including effects and digital doctoring, on the PC, then transfer to 35mm. Is this even a reasonable idea, or am I completely off base?

Thanks.



why not use one of those Movie STUff projectors? For ghetto tk, frame by frame is where its at.
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#3 Carlton Rahmani

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Posted 31 January 2009 - 07:02 AM

You know. . .now that you pointed it out to me, I realize how stupid a question it was. Thanks for the perspective.
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