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John Rizzo

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  1. Lasergraphics just has just come out with a new scanner at a 40k price point called the archivist. http://www.lasergraphics.com/archivist.html
  2. Not sure if anyone heard about this yet, Columbia Collage in Chicago which is one on the top schools for Motion Picture Film Courses is phasing out film and going totally digital, not only that but word from the camera cage is hat all of the film camera s are to be junked. here is a excellent podcast from last week in response to this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gOGQeCkS7U&fbclid=IwAR3qm-JYQhsLr-5ry3e2bq3K6-HDi5JtLS9sXfwpPgmceR88ddElWVrKCQg
  3. Hello All does anyone here know if Martin Mueller of MSM design and inventor of the Imax film camera still ha his shop open and any contact info? I have a e mail address for him but no response. Thank You to all
  4. Can anyone here recommend a safe way to ship exposed color negative that would be shot in Toronto and sent to NYC for Processing? a courier service would be preferred, but open to all suggestions.
  5. Lasergraphics is already testing this new 6.5k sensor in the scanstation and are expected to have one up and running at IBC next month. in the meantime in our scan station we got rid of the5k sensor (due to high noise levels) and replaced it with the Flir 4k sensor (which is a Sony Pregius and delivers far superior images over the 5k sensor. We will be upgrading to the 6k as soon as it is available. Lasergraphics also plans to put the mono chrome version of the 6.2 k camera in the Director as soon as it become available.
  6. Recent Kodak Post https://nofilmschool.com/2016/06/be-filmmaker-not-video-maker-interview-kodak-president-motion-picture-and-entertainment?fbclid=IwAR1i2TAiOfoSeOY4yt17e8ZvzZTB6PuA4far0zPSpiUYlrCN2fH5wnNBGEA
  7. 16mm Ektachrome is now available in 100 and 400 ft rolls
  8. according to our Kodak Rep Q2 they will have 100 and 400 ft rolls.
  9. Hello All One of our clients has a Nikon R10 S8 Camera, does anyone here know if it has a automatic light meter? if so can you adjust the light meter manually? Thanks in Advance
  10. This workflow was somewhat common in the late 70 through mid 80 s on lower budget films, I m not so sure on how less expensive this work flow was, being all the film labs back then had reduction printers maybe it wasn't. Anther step the filmmakers had to go through is once the reduction print was made before cutting it for editing the work print and matching 35mm negative then had to have a new edge-code applied to the 35mm negative, the 16mm work print and the 16mm mag this was necessary so that the negative cutter can accurately cut the 35mm negative to the 16mm work print. We at Metro Pos
  11. Does anyone here know of any Precision Machine shops or camera service company that can make new Mitchel Registration Pins?
  12. Kodak lab process super 8 in a 50 ft per minute photmec machine not 100 ft per minute.
  13. Their super 8 processing is totally fine, since they started Super 8 we processed over 125 cartridges there.
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