Arri SR1 regular 16mm negative Vision 200t, transferred to ProRes HD files via a Cintel Turbo telecine at CinePost in Marietta, GA
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.
Sorry, we couldn’t use the actual music. This is a demonstration of Super 8 Kodachrome shot with a Canon 1014, transferred on a Rank Turbo at CinePost.
A Magical Film about the “Wild Orchids in Israel”. If you like TimeLapse or Flowers, this is probably the greatest Super 8mm nature film ever made. Totally self-funded and Ten Years in the making, the amazing beauty of the Wild Orchids of Israel has painstakingly been captured on stunning Kodachrome film by esteemed cinematographer Doron Hirshberg . The film was originally broadcast on the BBC in 1987. Not satisfied, Doron spent another three years shooting more footage to include more scenes about the actual pollination process. When finally ready to re-edit all the films in 2007, Doron flew from Israel to CinePost in Atlanta in order to produce a scratch and dirt-free Telecine Transfer for the new digital masters. Digital editing was completed in late 2007. Duna Televizio (Hungary) will be broadcasting the Restored Master this Winter. The Digital Masters are now ready for any venue with English narration and a stereo M&E track, in either PAL and/or NTSC. Total running time is 60 minutes. To book or rent this film, contact CinePost at email@example.com.
Scenes from Granville, Denison campus, 1940. Transferred at CinePost by “Bringing memories back to life!” “1. DU” Ohio license plate is amazing!
Stunning Home Movies. Cheryl Stewart (yellow dress) attended Kindergarten during 1963 in Saigon. Her family was stationed there along with several hundred other families. Her older sister was Debbie Stewart. This is a film of everyday scenes around Saigon one weekend that year. Filmed by Colonel Charles Allen Stewart of San Antonio Texas.