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Joseph OwensRe: damaged 16mm film scanning
by on Dec 10, 2012 at 5:51:22 pm

Depending on your budget, find a service that offers output from a Scanity, ARRI, Northlight, or even a diTTo, to cite some examples of devices that can image damaged archive film. It won't be cheap, so if these are your home movies, maybe you'll need to find some other method.

A couple of years ago, there was a popular YouTube video where someone built a "scanner" using Lego "Mindstorm" components.

There's also Jeff Kreines and his Kinetta system in use at the Library of Congress.

jPo

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