From: David Tetzlaff (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jun 09 2010 - 22:13:22 PDT
I know nothing specifically about a Mitchell, but I know you can
modify a double-claw 16mm camera (an old Filmo for example) by
removing the second claw and it will work fine. You'd have to take the
camera apart, I mean you couldn't just grind down the claw with it
sticking up in the gate. I made a tutorial on how to convert a double
perf Filmo to single perf. http://djt16.110mb.com/FilmoClaw2.pdf
On Jun 10, 2010, at 12:25 AM, Jay Hudson wrote:
> The claw on the Mitchel camera is basically two long prongs on each
> side. Obviously that means that you have to use double perf stock.
> What would happen if you filed off one of the prongs so that you
> could use single perf? would the image still be steady?
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