[Tig] Oxberry scanners

Dan C. Tatut dtatut at chrome-imaging.com
Thu Nov 23 13:47:55 GMT 2006

Hi Andreas,

I think Studio AM in Italy (Rome) has one. They use it for new productions and  the results are good... but their is a bit slow. I can give you the manager's contact off list if you are interested.

Best, Dan

Dan Tatut
CHROME Imaging
105 Rue de Lyon
CH-1203 Geneva

Phone: +41 22 807 23 60
Fax: +41 22 807 23 70
Mobile: +41 78 659 11 04
WWW: http://www.chrome-imaging.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Andreas Wideroe Andersen [mailto:andreas-ml at wideroe.net]
Sent: jeudi, 23. novembre 2006 14:24
To: tig at colorist.org
Subject: [Tig] Oxberry scanners

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I was wondering if anyone use the Oxberry 
scanners for scanning new productions in 16mm and 
35mm to high resolution (3-4k) digital files or 
are these machines mainly used for archival footage?


Could they be used for new productions? Why/why not?

I'm also interested in hearing user experiences with these machines.


Norsk Smalfilm AS
Andreas Wider√łe Andersen <andreas at smalfilm.no>

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