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  1. You can convert your Bolex to SUper 16 at Bolex International in Yverdon, Switzerland. They are overpriced but the conversion will be made correctly. https://bolex.ch/
  2. Hi Simon, thank you for your suggestion. I would like to use the Bolex as a printer as I working on a documentary about the Paillard Bolex company and want to keep it Bolex only.
  3. Thank you very much fort the tips! Using a infrared video camera will be very helpful. If I understand correctly, I can bipack the negative film with print stock From the KODAK VISION Color Print Film / 2383 PDF: "Color print film is balanced to be printed from a color negative, duplicate negative, or internegative, using either an additive or subtractive printer. Black-and-white (silver image) negatives can be printed to yield a fairly neutral image, although slight coloration may be seen in highlights or shadows. Overall filtration should include a UV-absorbing filter, such as a KODAK WRATTEN Gelatin Filter No. 2B." Do you know wich filmspeed are KODAK VISION Color Print Film 2383 or 3383? From the KODAK VISION Color Print Film / 2383 PDF: "PRINTER RECOMMENDATIONS Pictorial Printing The printer setup for KODAK VISION Color Print Film / 2383 is similar to EASTMAN Color Print Film 2386 / E / 3386 / E, with little or no change required. For example, if you use an additive-type printer, such as a Bell and Howell Printer, Model 6123, to print originals, you can use a 90 V dc lamp, a KODAK WRATTEN Gelatin Filter No. 2B, a KODAK Heat Absorbing Glass, No. 2043, a printer speed of 240 feet per minute, and the printer settings in the table below: You can also expose this film with a subtractive printer with a KODAK WRATTEN Gelatin Filter No. 2B, a KODAK Heat Absorbing Glass, No. 2043, and suitable color-balancing filters (KODAK WRATTEN Color Compensating Filters)."
  4. Title should be: Printing Color negative with Bolex Unfortunately, I cannot change it.
  5. Michael Carter is doing this with Black and White films as explained in the video below. Richard Tuohy wrote in this forum: "With a normal bolex you would wind max 50 feet of meg with the same amount of print stock with the emulsion to emulsion. Note, start with the neg head out. It will end up tail out after preparing it with print stock. Load bipacked roll into camera. Take off lens. Point camera at a bright light bouncing off a white wall. Develop film. If it's too light or too dark change the camera speed and repeat."
  6. Hi, I would like to print VISION3 200T Color Negative Film 5213/7213 with a Bolex. If I undestand correctly there is no col
  7. I am selling mine. http://www.cinematography.com/index.php?showtopic=78003&hl=%2Baaton+%2Bminima
  8. Hi, I am selling my Aaton A-Minima Motion Picture Camera Package. Good working condition, Video assist not tested. The package include: Aaton A-minima Camera (PL MOUNT) - Serial Number : 042 (x2) Magazines + 1 Cover (x3) Aaton Minima batteries (x2) Zacuto Rods ( all compatible with mini-base) (x1) Video Assist (Not tested) (x1) Original Aaton Wooden Front Handgrip (Walnut) (x5) Original A-Minima Empty Spools (hard to find, reusable) (x15) Kodak Vision 3 250D ( Filmstocks specially for Aaton A-Minima with original spools) - All filmstocks kept in fridge - Last batch of film produced by Kodak with aaton minma spools (x6) Respool Kodak, Fuji - All filmstocks kept in fridge. Asking : $6000 USD https://www.ebay.com/itm/323451095533
  9. Thank you for sharing the teaser!
  10. The university of Zurich did an "Investigation of Film Material–Scanner Interaction" https://barbaraflueckiger.files.wordpress.com/2018/03/flueckigeretal_investigationfilmmaterialscannerinteraction_2018_v_1-1c.pdf
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