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#1 Marty Hamrick

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Posted 17 September 2005 - 11:38 AM

I saw some of the demo footage from the folks who make the Supermag,but it didn't show what I wanted.I'm curious to see how the registration holds up,has anyone done a multi exposure registration test with it?I understand it has it's own pressure plate.
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#2 John Adolfi

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Posted 17 September 2005 - 12:23 PM

Although I have not tested it, I recently looked it over in order to see if this was a solution to my needs and problems with super8. My biggest obsticle was the availability of film and the cost. Overseas shipping along with a weaker US dollar to Euro and base sticker price stops me. 16mm then becomes a better option for picture stability and cost for quality of picture. What do others think?
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Posted 17 September 2005 - 02:32 PM

Although I have not tested it, I recently looked it over in order to see if this was a solution to my needs and problems with super8.  My biggest obsticle was the availability of film and the cost. Overseas shipping along with a weaker US dollar to Euro and base sticker price stops me.  16mm then becomes a better option for picture stability and cost for quality of picture.  What do others think?

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I'm with you John. Price and availablilty of 200ft and 400ft super8 are the biggest obstacles here. For the money, 16mm is the better choice right now.
I would still like to have one though, but untill I see the film availability secured, I won't spend anywhere near the current asking price.
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