Capturing Magnetic Super 8 Sound

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Re: Capturing Magnetic Super 8 Sound

Post by RCBasher » Thu Sep 10, 2015 9:52 am

Andreas Wideroe wrote: Or one could mount a second monochrome hires camera for sound capture on the scanner unit. I see some scanners have this.

That is exactly what I meant when I wrote "With decent cameras now available for under $500 there could be a case made for a separate camera upstream for the audio"

I also had another idea/use for the camera as well as for audio...but I'll let you think about what that may be ;)
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Re: Capturing Magnetic Super 8 Sound

Post by Andreas Wideroe » Thu Sep 10, 2015 12:08 pm

Perhaps dustremoval / IR ?
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