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#1120369
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Jurassic Park III 35mm print
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This would be a homebrew setup, a film projector turned into a scanner. Captured with a Blackmagic Design Production Camera in real-time. The guy that does this has worked with film for many years.

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#1109817
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Jurassic Park III 35mm print
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The cool thing other than the color timing, grain, and depth, is that these were shown in theaters. So you have that authentic feel obviously, whereas most of the BDs released just don’t have that 35mm look. I’ve grown tired of people excepting most of the crap that studios put out there for us to buy over and over again. So if we have this opportunity to see a theatrical print again, i say why the hell not. 😃

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#1109805
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Jurassic Park III 35mm print
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doubleofive said:

Looking at a print for color reference in fan preservations is one thing, scanning something in 4K and only giving the result to those that donate sounds really questionable. And listing those people is inviting even more problems.

Have you not seen the other threads here on the OT asking for help with 35mm prints? This is nothing new and i’m not here to rip anyone off if that’s what your implying. There’s plenty of guys around here that can vouch for me.
Freedomland is correct, people that donate will get the first copy, any public release would be waaaaay down the road.

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#1109667
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Jurassic Park III 35mm print
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Jurassic Park III 35mm opportunity

We have a 35mm Russian dubbed print that’s already been paid for, we now need donations to get the scanning started. If anyone would like to help out, we’d really appreciate it.
Cost of the 4k scan will be $460 and we need half now to start the job.
Drop me a pm or post here if your interested in helping.

Here’s some quick low res sample images from part of reel 1:







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#879147
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Ghostbusters 35mm
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Thank you PDB, well said. With most BD releases you just won’t get that true theatrical look. The more prints we get the more we know what they actually looked like when shown. They’re pretty much Time capsules

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Color matching and prediction: color correction tool v1.3 released!
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Yep, i tried the lut in resolve that's how i was able to export a lut for After Effects. Neither program changed the colors like the color model, using the same scene in the movie. All it did was up the brightness, really odd.

It built a color correction model, then when finished i exported a lut and tried it.

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