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  1. Ran across this, fairly impressed with it's distressed film handling. Towards the end of this video you can see it. I've never heard of this scanner and it looks very "refined" for a one-off machine; someone took some time to make the machine itself look cool. Their super 8 scans seem extremely noisy however, like Spirit Super 8 scans when the Spirit hasn't been adjusted to handle the smaller gauge stock. I also feel that it is important that all film handlers should dress up like scientists. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQpSQlMlCSw http://reflextechnologies.com
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