[Tig] Oxberry scanners
Andreas Wideroe Andersen
andreas-ml at wideroe.net
Fri Nov 24 09:14:47 GMT 2006
Any chance of seeing some splits?
Does anyone have other sample images of frames
captured on an Oxberry? Would love to see some.
At 23:56 23.11.2006, you wrote:
>I recently spoke to someone who did some splits between an Oxberry and a
>new Spirit4k ... I saw those splits and the Oxberry blew the Spirit
>away by about 1.6km
>From: tig-bounces at tig.colorist.org [mailto:tig-bounces at tig.colorist.org]
>On Behalf Of Andreas Wideroe Andersen
>Sent: 23 November 2006 13:24
>To: tig at colorist.org
>Subject: [Tig] Oxberry scanners
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>I was wondering if anyone use the Oxberry
>scanners for scanning new productions in 16mm and
>35mm to high resolution (3-4k) digital files or
>are these machines mainly used for archival footage?
>Could they be used for new productions? Why/why not?
>I'm also interested in hearing user experiences with these machines.
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Norsk Smalfilm AS
Andreas Widerøe Andersen <andreas at smalfilm.no>
Filmshooting | Com - http://www.filmshooting.com
Tel: (+47) 38 17 99 16
Fax: (+47) 38 02 33 84
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