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Re: Eclair Cameras: Timecode with ACL
From your personal experience, what do you think has a better sounds quality. Analog or DAT recorders. Which works best with the timecode set up?
>Subject: Re: Eclair Cameras: Timecode with ACL
>Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 18:40:14 +0200
>03-06-11 17.53, skrev Bill Wiley på firstname.lastname@example.org följande:
> > Hey Folks,
> > I'm looking for anyone who has ever hooked up a timecode system to an
> > ACL 2 (or any other ACL), with their recorder (what's bet portadat or
> > Nagra). What timecode equipment (aaton's ?, timecode slates!), works
> > best. What modifications would need to be done. And a general cost of
> > either way. Please help!!
> > Lost on this, and don't want to loose a fortune, just testing.
> > Your young apprentice.
> > Bill Wiley
>With a Eclair ACL the only timecode system you can use is a timecode slate
>for the camera and a timecode generator for the tape recorder.
>Nagra and Stellavox with built in timecode is o.k., but on most DAT´s the
>timecode generator is not accurate, therefor you need a separate timecode
>Timecode slates are made by Denecke, www.denecke.com.
>Aaton make a small timecode generator for tape recorders, GTMS:
>Ambient Sound, a Munich based company in Germany, is also making timecode
>slates end generators. www.ambientsound.com/
>Hans Hansson, DOP, FSF
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