From: Gregory Kurcewicz (email suppressed)
Date: Sat May 12 2007 - 10:26:47 PDT
Oh , all this makes me feel like I've been missing out on all this "codified
masonic film action" for too long. (<<40 frames.>> etc)
I should have just got my tape measure out...
I suppose this is all down to being a child of the metric age.
One last question - So - my counter on the picsynch is reading out feet as
opposed to screen seconds? (I've only just got it)
This has all shifted my paradigm, man.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nicholas Hamlyn" <email suppressed>
To: <email suppressed>
Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2007 5:28 PM
Subject: optical track lag ps
>> It's nothing to do with optical track lag, it's just a counter. The
>> optical track on a married print is 26 1/2 frames ahead of the picture,
>> because the optical reader on the projector is 26 1/2 frames beyond the
>> picture gate, so it's the picture that lags!
>> On 12 May 2007, at 11:02, Gregory Kurcewicz wrote:
>>> I wonder if anyone can tell me why my 16mm picsynch machine wheel goes
>>> up to 39 then back to zero?
>>> Is it to do with the lag in the optical soundtrack on a projector?
>>> many thanks
>>> Greg Kurcewicz
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