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SEEING CINE
Facing Off with Film
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We love film…
After all, that’s what we do. And
with over 30 ye...
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35mm
If you’re a photography fan or
film aficionado, you’re sur...
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9.5mm
Probably the rarest of all cine film
types, 9.5mm was ser...
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16mm
In 1923 Kodak unveiled its
cheaper alternative to 35mm.
Cr...
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Super 16mm was
developed in 1969 by
Rune Ericson, a
Swedish
cin...
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8mm
When it comes to home movies,
8mm is king. Kodak released t...
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Here at Cine 2 DVD Transfers
we know how important your
home mo...
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Seeing Cine - Facing Off with Films

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Discover the many types of cine film, their origin stories, and the facts behind their creation.

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Seeing Cine - Facing Off with Films

  1. 1. www.cine2dvdtransfers.co.uk Cine 2 DVD Transfers presents… Cine 2 DVD Transfers Presents…
  2. 2. www.cine2dvdtransfers.co.uk Cine 2 DVD Transfers presents… SEEING CINE Facing Off with Film
  3. 3. www.cine2dvdtransfers.co.uk Cine 2 DVD Transfers presents… We love film… After all, that’s what we do. And with over 30 years in the business, converting cine film to DVD and digital files, we’ve learnt a thing or two about the format. You may not realise it, but there’s actually tons of different types of cine film. Like…
  4. 4. www.cine2dvdtransfers.co.uk Cine 2 DVD Transfers presents… 35mm If you’re a photography fan or film aficionado, you’re sure to have heard of 35mm, with its distinctive 4 perforations per frame. It was first produced by Thomas Edison in 1892, on Kodak stock. Originally, Edison used it for his Kinectoscope – but it swiftly became Hollywood standard for all cameras.
  5. 5. www.cine2dvdtransfers.co.uk Cine 2 DVD Transfers presents… 9.5mm Probably the rarest of all cine film types, 9.5mm was seriously popular throughout Europe at the turn of the century. Pathe wanted to use it to allow audiences to watch commercial films at home. Their plan might’ve worked too, if a young pretender hadn’t arrived on the scene.
  6. 6. www.cine2dvdtransfers.co.uk Cine 2 DVD Transfers presents… 16mm In 1923 Kodak unveiled its cheaper alternative to 35mm. Created in order to give film fans an affordable way to create their own movies, it was also adopted by television production companies for years. In fact, there’s been three kinds of 16mm film over the years…
  7. 7. www.cine2dvdtransfers.co.uk Cine 2 DVD Transfers presents… Super 16mm was developed in 1969 by Rune Ericson, a Swedish cinematographer with an expanded picture area Cinematographer Frank G. DeMarco created Ultra 16mm while shooting the 1996 hit indie film Pi.
  8. 8. www.cine2dvdtransfers.co.uk Cine 2 DVD Transfers presents… 8mm When it comes to home movies, 8mm is king. Kodak released their first 8mm cine film reel in 1932. The picture quality isn’t as good as either 16mm and 35mm, but it did offer an affordable way to capture all those special moments in life. And it was so popular that in 1965, Kodak brought out Super 8.
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  10. 10. www.cine2dvdtransfers.co.uk Cine 2 DVD Transfers presents… An infographic production brought to you by… www.cine2dvdtransfers.co.uk

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