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    Default Re: Super 8 film conversions

    Quote Originally Posted by paulw View Post
    I've used this company in Wellington before . Excellent work on my old 8mm and Super 8 movies. They scan them in 720P HD format .mov for you..

    http://www.filmtransfer.co.nz
    This also looks a good option. I'll check them out. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Super 8 film conversions

    Quote Originally Posted by rugila View Post
    This also looks a good option. I'll check them out. Thanks.
    Here's one I had scanned . The 1969 Auckland Farmer's Parade regular 8mm taken about a week after I bought my first movie camera. No steady shot in those days..
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-eUZgLEYw4
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    Default Re: Super 8 film conversions

    Quote Originally Posted by rugila View Post
    Really I wanted to see if anyone's used a particular firm, and what their impressions of the cost, service and quality of result are.
    I'm so sorry that my humble suggestions are so helpless. I'll try not to in future.
    Bugger the cancer. I'm suffering from terminal inertia.

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    Default Re: Super 8 film conversions

    If you wanted to do it yourself you could get something like this

    There's videos on / about it on Youtube

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    Default Re: Super 8 film conversions

    Quote Originally Posted by paulw View Post
    Here's one I had scanned . The 1969 Auckland Farmer's Parade regular 8mm taken about a week after I bought my first movie camera. No steady shot in those days..
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-eUZgLEYw4
    That looks really good. Did those cameras do audio, or was the sound dubbed in later?

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    Default Re: Super 8 film conversions

    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade View Post
    That looks really good. Did those cameras do audio, or was the sound dubbed in later?
    Dubbed later..
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    Paul W
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