From: Jeremy Rossen (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Aug 27 2009 - 12:03:42 PDT
I would second Alain's list, minus the Bell + Howell.
Cinema Project has primarily used the Apollo QL-100 and Hokushin SC-210 and they are great with splices, shrunken film, and very gentle on prints.
The Paegant we mostly just use for 18fps work.
Date: Thu, 27 Aug 2009 11:46:32 -0700
From: email suppressed
Subject: Re: Seeking advice on ELMO 16-CL projector
To: email suppressed
You'd be better off with an Eiki SSL, Kodak Pageant 250S, Hokushin SC-210, Apollo QL-100, or
Bell & Howell 1574.
Better machines, and more lens options.
On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 9:36 AM, Brett Kashmere <email suppressed> wrote:
My program is looking to purchase a 16mm projector for classroom use. It will be permanently installed in a black box/production studio teaching space, with a fairly short throw to the screen.
One of the projectors we're looking at is the ELMO 16-CL, which I've never used before, so any feedback/comments about this model, or other projector suggestions for the context outlined above, would be greatly appreciated. We've allocated approximately $500 towards the purchase.
Thanks in advance.
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