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#1 Ronney Ross

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Posted 23 September 2005 - 03:14 PM

Hi Just an update : I recently shot my first 2 rolls of film.

But in seeking to find out using Super8mm to the fullest would like to shoot actual single frame per sec. I saw a diagram of a cable sync on here made out of Speaker wire a push button and what seems to be a mic adapter or end of some headphones. I was wondering if this setup works by it self or is there a need for some sort of electrical current needed?

Cameras :

1/ Sears model c-125
F1/1:7
12,18,32 fps, and single frame?

1/ Elmo Sound camera
18fps
singleframe?
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#2 Machado

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Posted 23 September 2005 - 05:01 PM

Hi Just an update : I recently shot my first 2 rolls of film.

But in seeking to find out using Super8mm to the fullest would like to shoot actual single frame per sec. I saw a diagram of a cable sync on here made out of Speaker wire a push button and what seems to be a mic adapter or end of some headphones.  I was wondering if this setup works by it self or is there a need for some sort of electrical current needed?

Cameras :

1/ Sears model c-125
    F1/1:7 
12,18,32 fps, and single frame?

1/ Elmo Sound camera
18fps
singleframe?

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no current required, all your doing is completing a ciruict. Technically, you just need to touch those wires together to amke it trigger. You may get crazy with a mechanical clock and use it as a makeshift intervalometer as well. Just remeber that the plug your after is a mini plug, not the regular mic and ear phone type. Like mentioned above, a switch is optional.
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