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RE: CRISP 16mm PICTURES
- To: telecine at sun.alegria.com
- Subject: RE: CRISP 16mm PICTURES
- From: Steve Hallett <oxberry at IDT.NET>
- Date: Wed, 22 Oct 1997 11:24:39 -0400
- Organization: oxberry
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- Resent-Date: Wed, 22 Oct 1997 08:24:54 -0700
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October 22, 1997
Re: Quality Cine Labs/Bombay, India... "Crisp 16mm Pictures".
I have noted a recent request for information...
Please be advised that OXBERRY LLC, Carlstadt, New Jersey USA
manufactures a "specialized... scanning system"... ie FILM SCANNER that
is desinged to provide the required 'crisp 16mm (or other film format)
While the Oxberry Motion Picture Film Scanners are NOT designed to be
replacements for the current telecine machines, the Oxberry's do offer
themselves as terrific "companion products" to telecine facilities.
High resolution, excellent dynamic range and increasing (per frame)
imaging times make for a very interesting group of products.
Note: The above comments are provided NOT as an avenue for Oxberry
commercial promotion, but rather as an honest response to a TIG members
request for information.
Best regards to all.
North American Sales Manager, Digital Cinemagraphic Products
++ Thanks to Biggi Klier of Munich for support of the TIG in 1997 ++
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