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Post by Andreas Wideroe » Thu May 02, 2002 9:41 am

THE MANUAL SECTIONS IS NOT AVAILEBLE!

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:!: Please only post site related posts concerning manuals under this thread. Posts like you've uploaded a new manual or broken links and so on are welcome here. Even a request for a new manual fits in here!

Got a manual that's not on this site?

There are always people from somewhere on this globe who's looking for the exact same manual. How about sharing it with the rest of the 8mm community so we all can read the original papers about our beloved gear?

What do I do then?

First you need to get the manual scanned. Scan each page with good resolution into standard image filetypes or other widely used formats. I suggest you stick to JPEG files or PDF files. Now, you probably got a whole bunch of .jpg's, then what do you do? Well, we need to add all of these files to one file called an archive file. To do this you need to pack all files into on WinZip (or similare) .zip file which is standard filetype on this website. You can obtain WinZip from http://www.winzip.com. Mark all files, right click on them and choose add to archive. Now you should have an archive which is the .zip file you want to send over to Shooting 8mm. Before you do so, please rename the file:

Syntax for manuals:

brand_model_language.zip (Ie. canon_814xls-black_ger.zip)

All characters must be lower case. Use multi for multilingual manuals.

Ok, but how do I FTP upload a file?

First of all you would need to obtain an FTP program. Go to http://www.tucows.com and look for FTP clients. Here you can download your favourite one. Recommended clients are Ie. CuteFTP, FlashFXP, WS_FTP and similare.

Open this program and create a new profile that you name "Shooting 8mm" and enter the following settings:

Hostname: ftp.filmshooting.com
Username: anonymous
Password: yourem@il.address (Yes, your email!)

Now, press save and then connect. You should now see 4 folders (/etc, /tmp, /pub and /upload). Doubleclick on the folder /upload.

You're now in the right place for uploads. Choose your destination directory (manuals for manuals or video for movie clips Etc.) Locate the .zip file you just created on your local harddrive and transfer it to Shooting 8mm directory. When the indicator tells you you're done, the manual should be uploaded.

To be able to identify all manuals and keep them track of who uploaded it and so on I ask you to please post a message to this thread which includes the following information:

- Your name
- Your email address
- Brand (manual)
- Model (manual)
- Exact filename (.zip file)
- Filesize (of the .zip file if you know it)
- Language

Then I will have it added as soon as possible!

When a manual has been added, your post will have the text "ADDED" in large red letters written on the top.

Thanks! :D
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Elmo 912 Dual 8mm Editor

Post by studiocarter » Thu May 02, 2002 3:37 pm

Elmo 912.zip

Michael A. Carter
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Elmo 912 Dual 8mm Editor

The booklet for the editor is 700KB unzipped and will fit onto one floppy disk. It has been made into a web using FrontPage2000. Index is the cover; all the child pages are listed at the top; at the bottom, starting on page 1, back and next are provided for page turning.

I just sold one of the Editors on e-bay for $50 including shipping; the booklet was provided to the buyer on a floppy disk, unzipped.

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bad link

Post by holmoh (not logged in) » Thu May 02, 2002 9:52 pm

The link for the carena 7708-SM in the manuals section gives me an agfa splicer manual! :?

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Re: bad link

Post by Andreas Wideroe » Thu May 02, 2002 10:47 pm

holmoh (not logged in) wrote:The link for the carena 7708-SM in the manuals section gives me an agfa splicer manual! :?
Thanks for letting me know! I've fixed it now.

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ftp

Post by studiocarter » Fri May 03, 2002 12:41 am

My computer has ftp built in. go to START / RUN / and type in FTP and hit return.
A black and white screen comes up.

type:
open filmshooting.com
anonymous
then, your e-mail address
cd upload
put (the file must be on the desktop) use the name under properties dos
bye

free and it works for movies better than ftp leach which I use for web pages.

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add this, too.

Post by studiocarter » Fri May 03, 2002 4:32 am

Add this to the above: if you are sending a jpeg change the data mode to Binary; I always use bin.

logon/in
cd upload
bin
put
bye

New manual was uploaded for the Weston 715 light meter. Ziped it is 1.26MB and unziped is 1.39MB. It is in the form of a web so it is easy to view. Weston 715.zip. WESTON1~.ZIP

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will scan some more on request

Post by cameraguy » Tue May 07, 2002 8:04 pm

I've got a bunch more manuals and if there is any demand for a particular one I'll do it. My scanner is so slow now that it just isn't worth my time anymore to do them for this site. Here is the list that I have available:

cameras
Leicina Special (english)
Quarz DS8-3 (czech)
Bolex K2
Bolex 7.5 macrozoom
Sankyo ES44/25 XL
Kodak Supermatic 24
Kodak Supermatic 200
Beaulieu 4008 ZM4
Elmo 1000s
Fujica Z800 single 8 (photocopy)


projectors
Rainbow JP-5 projector
Elmo ST-1200 (first model) projector
Revere 718 regular 8mm
Bolex 18-5
Bolex 521 16mm
Bell & Howell 385 16mm
Chinon 6100

basstruc

Post by basstruc » Wed May 08, 2002 4:06 am

I too, i'll scan it when I'll got time ( maybe soon ) but can be quicker if there's an important need of one in particular :
CHINON 200/12XL + dof ( english + french )
ewa compendium ( german )
ewa backwinder ( french )
fujica ZC1000 ( english )
eumig mark S810 810D 810lux ( french )
chinon 505 xl ( encglish + french )
prestinox prestiview ( french )
nizo S56 S80 ( french )
heurtier P6-24B ( french )
yashica electro 8 LD6 ( multi )
bolex splicer ( french )
goko pm2 ( multi )
beaulieu ZM4 ( french )
beaulieu 5008MS ( belgium )
& more you already have

matt

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Bolex P2 or 1 manual

Post by R8mm » Mon May 20, 2002 6:52 pm


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Post by Pedro » Wed May 22, 2002 5:24 pm

Hi Andreas!

I´m sending you a CD with some manuals, service documentation and info about film equipment and audio equipment that is very popular for sound track production.
The documents are all gathered into pdf files and organized into 3 folders.

I hope, there is sth interessting inbetween, for your homepage!

Cheers,
Pedro




user manuals:

bauer_t610_engl 11581 kB
bauer_t610_ger 6614 kB
Manuals for the well known projectors T610, T525, T502

beaulieu_6008s&smd_ger 2499 kB
Super 8 camera, sound and multispeed digital version

beaulieu_9008s&pro_ger 1657 kB
Super 8 camera, sound and pro (silent) version

bolex_splicer8mm_ger 261 kB
well known high precision splicer, comic strip style instructions

elmo_gs1200mo_ger 2784 kB
Elmo hi end projector

erno_em1801_multi 513 kB
motorized viewer

tascam_m106_ger 6141 kB
audio mixer, ideal for soundtrack mixing from multitrack machine to mono or stereo

teac_a3440_multi 4083 kB
legendary 4 chanel recorder, available as perfo machine for double system sound

uher_report4200&4400 stereo ic_ger 2378 kB
legendary reporter recorder, available as perfo machine

weberling_ds240_ger 516 kB
stereo striping machine for S8 and reg 8 films



service manuals:

bauer_t610_ger 8115 kB
service manual w/trouble shooting section, exploded views & circuit diagrams

elmo_gs1200mo_engl 21679kB
service manual, divided in several functional sections, detailled trouble shooting, detailled exploded views and electrical diagrams

sony_wmd6c_engl 15255kB
service manual of the legendary field sound recorder, still available, also in AV version.

teac_a3440_engl 42152kB
service manual incl. gain adjustment instructions, exploded views and circuit diagrams.

uher_report4200&4400 stereo ic_multi 8149 kB
short service manual with basic adjustments and circuit diagrams



infos:

beaulieu_708el_ger 7186 kB
info sheet, explaining the very special design of this projector

ditgens double system sound_ger 365 kB
info sheet, explaining the dss devices of this company. Interesting when buying second hand stuff.

gebuhr double system sound_ger 477 kB
infos about actual Gebuhr products, everything still available!

pötter double system sound_ger 752 kB
info sheet, explaining the dss devices of this very popular company. Interesting when buying second hand stuff.

weberling stiping machines_ger 419 kB
info sheet about the Weberling stiping machine product range.

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Post by jessh » Fri Feb 07, 2003 3:23 am

basstruc wrote:I too, i'll scan it when I'll got time ( maybe soon ) but can be quicker if there's an important need of one in particular :

ewa compendium ( german )
I would like to get my hands on this manual if you don't mind.

Thanks,
Jess

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Post by Basstruc not logged in » Mon Apr 14, 2003 8:38 pm

I see you are from Austin USA, do you read german ? If so, I could soon find a scanner to plug on my computer & scan the EWA manual
Matt

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Re: add this, too.

Post by Trapper » Fri May 23, 2003 5:47 am

I use Mac OS X,
Go
Connect to server
ftp.filmshooting.com
press connect button.

This mounts the entire server volume on the desktop and can be navigated just as if navigating your own hard drive.

Mac Rules!!
javascript:emoticon(':twisted:')


regular8mm wrote:Add this to the above: if you are sending a jpeg change the data mode to Binary; I always use bin.

logon/in
cd upload
bin
put
bye

New manual was uploaded for the Weston 715 light meter. Ziped it is 1.26MB and unziped is 1.39MB. It is in the form of a web so it is easy to view. Weston 715.zip. WESTON1~.ZIP

Michael Carter
mcarter4121@attbi.com
:twisted:

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Post by dantheman » Tue May 27, 2003 12:16 pm

basstruc wrote:I too, i'll scan it when I'll got time ( maybe soon ) but can be quicker if there's an important need of one in particular :
CHINON 200/12XL + dof ( english + french )
ewa compendium ( german )
ewa backwinder ( french )
fujica ZC1000 ( english )
eumig mark S810 810D 810lux ( french )
chinon 505 xl ( encglish + french )
prestinox prestiview ( french )
nizo S56 S80 ( french )
heurtier P6-24B ( french )
yashica electro 8 LD6 ( multi )
bolex splicer ( french )
goko pm2 ( multi )
beaulieu ZM4 ( french )
beaulieu 5008MS ( belgium )
& more you already have

matt

I'd love to see the manual for the chinon 200/12 xl

Cheers
Daniel

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Post by dantheman » Tue May 27, 2003 12:16 pm

The English one!

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