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    LOMOKINO

    any lomokino users out there want to say yay or nay ?
    i am thinking of one and wondered how one transfers it to
    viewing ... the kinoscope looks OK but i don't have a smaaat fone so
    it is kind of useless for me ...

    thanks!
    john

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    Filmscanner or Flatbed scanner scan the image and create your movie.Alternatively you can have your images scanned at some filmlab. Lomography has some tutorials on http://www.lomography.com/magazine/t...ws-movie-maker website.

    Sorry that I can't be of more help

    Dominik

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    Michael Raso of FPP has experience: http://filmphotographyproject.com/vi...viemaking-tips

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    How about printing it on paper and making a flip cartoon like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2Qjywm4wM0

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    thanks for the links !

    i am definitely burning with optimism's flames and have experience shooting film ( bolex )
    so this might be a good way to burn through all my 35mm film



 

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