From: Robert Houllahan (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Jun 12 2010 - 07:56:26 PDT
We just got a new Y Front / DaVinci room I don't think you will be
dissapointed with this transfer. We will be offering 2K pin registered
S8 scans by the end of the summer.
Robert Houllahan Film
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On Jun 12, 2010, at 9:26 AM, Serge Levchin <email suppressed> wrote:
> hello list,
> i know this question comes up every so often - and there was a
> discussion here not too long ago about some of the better options
> for transferring super8 to video.
> places like pro8mm have been recommended. pro8mm's rates for SD
> transfer are fairly reasonable, but HD is 4 times the price. ($825
> for 500ft. of film).
> CineLab appears to offer 1080p HD transfers at .37/ft (scene to
> scene color corr.) - i.e. $185 for 500ft. of film.
> - has anyone tried CineLab for HD or SD telecine?
> - is the image quality of a Millennium2 or Ursa Diamond Y-front
> telecine (Pro8mm) that much greater than a Rank Cintel transfer
> - does HD telecine make sense for super8 (especially considering
> there is an aspect ratio mismatch)?
> thanks and best regards,
> FrameWorks mailing list
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