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Cine film, VHS video & all sizes of Camcorder tapes, Photos, Slides, Negatives and documents,
Audio ~ non-copyright personal vinyl records and tape ~ cassette or reel to reel,
Photo Restoration ~ Memory Card “Lost data” recovery
Photo obtained from this Steroscopic viewer - scan at 2400 dpi compression 1
Typical small viewers, usually from Butlins with small transparency included - scan at 2400dpi compression 1
Disc Film introduced by Kodak in 1982, but as the image size is only 10 x 8mm results were disappointing.
Resulting photo obtained
Pictures obtained from viewers
Picture obtained from disc
Scan at minimum 4800dpi to obtain ‘reasonable’ results
A metal Voice Record from the 1930’s, made in a “booth” in Oxford Circus, London. Required a special wooden needle to play, at 78rpm. On the reverse side was a standard musical smoking advert for Milo Cigarettes from the 1920’s (click icon to play)
Images thanks to
The Polavision process was a major commercial failure for Polaroid,
being launched in 1977 and discontinued in 1979.
The film is similar to, but of lower picture quality than Super 8mm cine film,
and also has been found to deteriorate far quicker.
The cassettes could only be viewed with the special screen viewer.
Acknowledgments & thanks to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Direct link to article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polavision