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RE: RE>Re: RE>Re: Sony HD Telecine Review RE
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- Subject: RE: RE>Re: RE>Re: Sony HD Telecine Review RE
- From: "GRAHAM P.M. COLLETT" <GRAHAMCOLLETT at msn.com>
- Date: Sat, 19 Jul 97 15:24:30 UT
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The Mk2 with it's claw box could not do this . The Mk3 etc was an improvement
in this area BUT could not match the steadiness of the Mk2.
For how long though? The MKII claw mechanism was an extremely complicated hi
spec box. Rather like a formula 1 race car , its perfect for a short time.
Projectors run film many times over and do not shed the sprockets or allo=
w only one showing per print.
These people surely do not value their film as much as "we" do. If we make a
mistake and ruin the neg...wow.. i hate to think. The proj.ist gets another
print. I've seen some pretty horrible splices go through at cinema's with new
releases.If some sprockets go just stick it back together. Try that on your
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