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#1 Andre Klotzel

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Posted 05 November 2009 - 01:09 PM

I was told that there should be a security area of about 3% in making a frame leader if you are shooting with a time code printed on the film (such as the Aaton code), in order to avoid that there is any light invasion in the borders (coming from the time code generation), when making the enlargement from super 16mm to 35mm 1:1.85.
This seems quite odd to me, because it would imply in a reasonable loss of resolution (we're talking about losses on the sides of the frame besides the normal losses on the upper and lower part of the frame, to fit the 1.85). Has anybody an accurate information on this issue?
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