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RE: RE>Re: RE>Re: Sony HD Telecine Review
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- Subject: RE: RE>Re: RE>Re: Sony HD Telecine Review
- From: "Case, Dominic" <dominic_case at atlab.com.au>
- Date: Mon, 21 Jul 1997 17:05:21 +1000
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Paul Grace wrote:-
>>Projectors run film many times over and do not shed the sprockets or allow
>>only one showing per print.<
True . . . but print film has Eastman Kodak rectangular perforations
which are optimised in shape for repeated runs without wear and tear.
Camera negative stock has Bell & Howell perforations (barrel-shaped)
which are designed for precise fitting to register pins.
Try running camera negative through a projector back and forth a few
times then look at the perforations.
Also, sit close to the screen at your local cinema and watch the
steadiness of the image. It's not really a fair comparison with the
requirements of telecine transfer.
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