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    I was looking to process and make a tank. I saw an ingenious design but was unable to get the proper diameter PVC pipes as my european comrades.

    I've shot 64T, Kodachrome 40, TX, 50D and Vision 250T. I have only processed the 64T. I haven't felt like processing the rest, and walmart returned my 40t saying they couldn't process it (wrong) oh well. I've been busy recently with still stuff. I try when I can.

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    I don't know how dwaynes is but I've used MovieStuff and they were great.

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    Dwayne's uses the CineMate units that those people sell so I am guessing Dwayne's is not that bad.
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    I was just reasearching double 8 and...I found that Kodak does not make 8mm sized film anymore. Dwayne's does sell it for $17 per roll so they must slit it themselves. I am going to buy some.
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    They don't slit it. Double 8 is 2 perf 16mm film but with twice as many perfs. It is slit after processing. You get a much smaller image area than with super8. I believe the best is Double super 8 because it offers the benefits of both systems or the Single 8 fuji system.

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    I am going to shoot both. I just LOVE these old movie cameras! They are much better than any "Sony HD blah blah blah this camera cost tons and is supposed to be the best thing in the world"!
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    I still want a projector. A little home theater dedicated to small format projection.

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    I have had bad luck with projectors. I have gone through three that didn't work right....I wish they still made this stuff new.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    Dwayne's uses the CineMate units that those people sell so I am guessing Dwayne's is not that bad.
    Dwayne's is doing cine and selling film. Gonna have to check that out and re-think getting a camera.

    I've played around with a Canon HV30 for a few months but ain't nothing like the look of tri-x or plus-x reversal.
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    Yes they are! Feel free to help keep super 8 and 8mm alive!!
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