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  1. Retroscan Registration Example Scan 1939 NY World's Fair D. D. Teoli Jr. A. C. : D. D. Teoli Jr. A. C. : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive I was wrong about Retroscan's ability to scan clear edge film - at least somewhat wrong. The Retroscan does do better with black edge film, but it can still do a doable job scanning clear edge films. You just have to fine tune the settings and have decent film stock. What contributed to my misjudging the clear edge scanning abilities is; much of my film Archive has sprocket damage and is warped. And this is what was messing up the scans with the Retroscan, as it registers from the sprockets. I also have an 8mm overscan at the Internet Archive you can look at for an example for clear edge registration with the Retroscan. I don't want to put the link here due to content. If interested, search for: El Perro Masajista The 16mm sample scan is not necessary indicative of the sharpness you get with the Retroscan. I used a different lens that I was testing for the overscan sample and not the standard Ricoh lens that comes with the scanner. <><><><> Amsterdam 2014 Selection from 180: The circular fisheye at large! artists’ book by Daniel D. Teoli Jr.
  2. Hey, So i recently did a registration test on an SR3, and I got back some curious results. For the test I shot 25' @ 24fps 25' @ 48fps 25' @ 75fps then rewound and did the same thing again with the chart moved a bit. I was expecting the 24fps to be rock solid, and the 48 and 75fps to have a little play, but it was the opposite. 75 was super solid, and 48 was a hair more wobbly, and 24 was loose. is that normal? and secondly, and i know this is hard to describe over text, but how steady should i be expecting a super 16mm to be? maybe it's a totally acceptable amount of wobble at 24fps and i am just expecting it to be better than it should be.
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