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CinePost Super 8 Telecine Transfer with Wetgate: “Rush”

A day in the life of a Frat Cinematographer. This film was shown over 50 times in a bad projector. This is a split screen transfer done at CinePost. It is showing the same footage with and without our wetgate technology. You can easily see how well the process works at removing and concealing scratches and dust. If you want to conceal scratches in your transfers, CinePost can help you.

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Bing Family 8mm Films

Some beautiful 8mm films from Mark Bing’s Family Film Archive. 50th anniversary of grandparents and some beautiful Easter dresses with live colored baby chicks for the little misses near the end of the film.

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1948 16mm Kodachrome Film

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Kodachrome Super8 Alligator Wrestler

Super 8mm Kodachrome super8 “Alligator Wrestling”

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1956 Jawa CZ International Motorcycle Race

CZ Jawa 31st International Six Day Trial at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, West Germany

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Cintel Demo

A quick look a the CinePost Rank Cintel Telecine Suite.

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Regular 16mm to HD “Regrets of War”

Arri SR1 regular 16mm negative Vision 200t, transferred to ProRes HD files via a Cintel Turbo telecine at CinePost in Marietta, GA

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Heather and Brandon’s Backyard!

Some 8mm footage we found recently with some music for fun.

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Mississippi Home ’60s

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Regular 16mm to HD Scenes

The Camera was an unmodified Arri SR1. The Telecine employed was a Cintel Turbo3 with a Teranex. We adjusted the scanner framing to crop a little of the image from the top and bottom of the 16mm frame in order to fill a 16:9 aspect ration. Cinematography was framed in anticipation of this cropping. The footage was captured directly into Final Cut via a Kona3 card.