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Claymation and anamations

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John Bundy (jibundy)
Wed, 21 Oct 1998 18:50:35 -0500


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I have several students (high school) who are trying to use standard =
camcorders to do claymation and anamation. The problem is that todays =
video equipment unlike old movie 8mm cameras do not single frame. Has =
any one solved this problem? Thanks ahead of time......John =
Bundy..Anderson High School...Anderson IN.

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I have several students (high = school) who are=20 trying to use standard camcorders to do claymation and anamation. The = problem is=20 that todays video equipment unlike old movie 8mm cameras do not single = frame.=20 Has any one solved this problem? Thanks ahead of time......John = Bundy..Anderson=20 High School...Anderson IN.
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