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Walter Bach demonstrates his latest camera, the Auricon Pro 1200, next to his swimming pool in Hollywood. The Kodachrome original was badly damaged — shrunken, torn perfs, vinegar syncrome, cupped — but it was scanned without any repairs at about 10 fps using a Kinetta Archival Scanner. The original scan was at 3296 x 2472, 12-bit. The optical track was extracted from this picture scan using AEO-Light software from the University of South Carolina MIRC (thanks Greg and Borislav). No EQ or other work was done on the audio. This is just a test scan, rough graded. Thanks to Martin Hill for the loan of the footage.