[Frameworks] super8 telecine - with cinelab?

Robert Houllahan lunarfilms at mindspring.com
Sat Jun 12 09:56:26 CDT 2010


We just got a new Y Front / DaVinci room I don't think you will be  
dissapointed with this transfer. We will be offering 2K pin registered  
S8 scans by the end of the summer.

Rob

Robert Houllahan Film
www.lunarfilms.com
www.cinelab.com
Mapple iTelephone sent


On Jun 12, 2010, at 9:26 AM, Serge Levchin <lestimides at gmail.com> wrote:

> hello list,
> i know this question comes up every so often - and there was a  
> discussion here not too long ago about some of the better options  
> for transferring super8 to video.
> places like pro8mm have been recommended. pro8mm's rates for SD  
> transfer are fairly reasonable, but HD is 4 times the price. ($825  
> for 500ft. of film).
> CineLab appears to offer 1080p HD transfers at .37/ft (scene to  
> scene color corr.) - i.e. $185 for 500ft. of film.
>
> - has anyone tried CineLab for HD or SD telecine?
> - is the image quality of a Millennium2 or Ursa Diamond Y-front  
> telecine (Pro8mm) that much greater than a Rank Cintel transfer  
> (CineLab)?
> - does HD telecine make sense for super8 (especially considering  
> there is an aspect ratio mismatch)?
>
> thanks and best regards,
> serge
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