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I recently received many 6.35mm tape reels from my family that our Grandfather took of us. I am trying to find a projector to watch them. Any suggestions on make/model I should be looking for? Thanks
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Honestly, do choose the DIY method. Film conversion easily look bad.
See this thread: http://www.digitalfaq.com/forum/vide...-film-dvd.html

That's what I'd do. Film is not at all like analog tape.

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