Wolverine MovieMaker-PRO / test (Regular 8 / Hakodate, Japan in 1977)

Flickering may occur due to unstable exposure when dark and bright backgrounds appear sequentially, but if the image is scanned while contracting the in-frame image (W:0) so as to include the perforation part of the film as this movie, the exposure becomes stable (less flickering), and the scanning quality is also better (better image quality than standard=stretched in-frame settings). This is one of the tips I found when operating this scanner.


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