Digital Still ---> Slide

Discussion in 'Video Cameras' started by Dave H, Jul 3, 2003.

  1. Dave H

    Dave H Guest

    Anyone heard if it can be done ??? Anyone know where ????

    Dave H, Jul 3, 2003
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  2. Dave H wrote in message ...
    Simplest way, camera on tripod, slow shutter speed around 1/15th second,
    then photograph image on monitor.

    Other way, slightly *better* quality, save image as jpeg on a floppy, take
    to a good Pro-Lab and they'll make a slide for you. I wouldn't be at all
    surprised if Jessops would offer that service too.
    Trevor George, Jul 3, 2003
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  3. If you go down this route and you're using a modern film camera (SLR) which
    probably has fast exposure metering (certainly the EOS range), I'd recommend
    taking a reading and then using Manual exposure. I found that when I used Auto
    exposure the camera reacted to the rapid fluctuations in brightness caused by
    the scanning process. Some slides were fine, others were way out and being film
    I didn't learn about the mistakes until time deadlines were becoming very real.
    Malcolm Stewart, Jul 3, 2003
  4. Dave H

    Rob Hemmings Guest

    Yep, if you're using a digital still camera, and it uses a memory
    card (eg smartmedia), simply take the card to Jessops etc and
    they'll make slides directly from that.
    Rob Hemmings, Jul 3, 2003
  5. Dave H

    Dave H Guest

    Thanks all.

    Dave H, Jul 3, 2003
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