Re: from 24fps to 18fps

From: Raha Raissnia (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Aug 22 2008 - 08:33:17 PDT

thanks a lot pip,
i am going to try to find a 25mm lens to buy first, if not i 'll write you about renting one

> Date: Fri, 22 Aug 2008 10:54:52 +0200
> From: email suppressed
> Subject: Re: from 24fps to 18fps
> To: email suppressed
> Open the back of the projector - in most models this is just a latch
> to the right of the lens when looking straight at the projector lens;
> in other models you have to remove a half-dozen screws around the
> back casing. The belt runs from the central motor towards the
> bulb-lens axis where it turns the shutter blade. There are two
> grooves in the motor pulley and two grooves in the shutter pulley.
> Slip the belt from one groove to the other, first in one pulley, then
> turning the pulley by hand and guiding the belt into the other groove
> on the opposite pulley.
> If you don't find a 25mm lens, we have some for rent but are located
> in Paris, France.
> -Pip Chodorov
> At 2:27 -0400 22/08/08, Raha Raissnia wrote:
> >hi
> >can anyone please tell me how to change an Eiki 16mm film projector
> >from 24fps to 18fps. I have been told it's possible through changing
> >the belt , but how ?!
> >also I am looking to buy/rent a wide angle 25mm lens for the same
> >projector... I can't find one anywhere !
> >thanks a lot
> >raha
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