From: Jeff Kreines (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Feb 28 2008 - 01:23:13 PST
On Feb 28, 2008, at 3:06 AM, Steven Lyle wrote:
> Dear Sir: I have an old Kinoscope (16mm) that was designed to shoot
> off CRTs
> with a sync motor designed to eliminate flicker and bar roll.
There are different sorts of kinescope cameras. Do you have an
Auricon with TVT (144-degree) shutter or a Palmer or something else?
> What would happen if I aimed it at an LCD screen that doesn't
> really have
> a refresh rate.
The nice thing about LCDs is that they don't refresh like CRTs, so
generally can be filmed without need for special shutter angles.
However, sometimes there are problems with the flicker of the
backlight tubes, but that is less common.
What this means is that your kinescope camera isn't really needed for
this. Shoot a test with it or a regular camera.
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