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Newer Technology, is not always better.
- To: telecine at alegria.com
- Subject: Newer Technology, is not always better.
- From: Veenotph at aol.com
- Date: Mon, 23 Feb 1998 11:31:49 EST
- Resent-Date: Mon, 23 Feb 1998 08:34:26 -0800
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In a message dated 02/23/1998 07:30:16, you wrote:
<<Thanks Bob. Allthough you don't need to be clairvoyant to recognize it
is a dead end to carry 60's technology into the new millenium. >>
Just to go tangental, What about '90s technology? As is 1890's. Although the
Technology behind the film made today is cutting ege, still It started over
100 years ago? My flippant response to no need to carry 60's technology into
the New Millenum thouhgt is simply this --- So basically, you don't use a
hammer of screw driver anymore?
I don't work for any Telecine Manufacturing compnies.
Steven Gladstone ( Cinematographer at large)
Thanks to Craig Heyl of Crawford Communications in 1998.
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