From: Mike Wechsler (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jun 16 2009 - 08:37:01 PDT
JK has a page on their website about converting old optical printers to use
Has anyone put together their own (less than $7450) digital optical printer?
I put together a make-shift animation stand with a DSLR a few years ago and
the quality was pretty good for the price (under $200 excluding the cost of
On 6/16/09 10:19 AM, "Dan Baker" <email suppressed> wrote:
> on a similar topic, I've been curious - is anybody out there doing much in the
> way of optically printing with digital SLR's? And if so, how does it compare
> to, say, a 4k or 2k telecine?
> If you have access to the resources, I'd think that would be a good way to
> go. You'd have a hi-res "master" with a longer shelf life than HD, and it's a
> little more DIY than paying a lab for a transfer, and fun.
> I don't have any first hand experience doing this, but I can dream...
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