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BioShock 2 - Sea of Dreams

Melee was best with it though, so I ended up killing Splicers rather quickly with it. Research on Splicers in this game is also done a little differently. Enemy variety is also changed up a bit, with the form of the new Brute Splicer, which focuses on physical strength, Rumbler Big Daddies, which focus more on using explosives and mini turrets, and the Big Sister, which acts as a sort of mini-boss... On the flip side, it was a pain to have to constantly find fuel for the Drill, since it eats it up rather quickly and takes some of the fun out of using the drilling aspect of it unless I needed to quickly kill a powerful enemy like a Big Daddy or... While the gameplay modes were alright and you were able to customize a Splicer with Plasmids and stuff, I just didn't feel motivated to keep playing since I wasn't on the same level as other players who had obviously memorized the maps and already... I had no qualms about the Brute Splicers and Rumblers, but I've always had a problem with how the Big Sister was handled in the final product. Upgrades can make these weapons more super powerful and fun to use, but for most of the game I actually ended up using the Drill, this game's version of the wrench, since the right combination of Tonics and Plasmids could make it more useful in... He sees a group of Splicers around her and kills them all to protect her. Since playing the game, I've felt, and still feel, that she should have been used as a single recurring boss that would always be just a little more powerful as the player improves and then serve as a boss at the end that would test how much the... It was able to build a unique world and explore deconstructions of concepts including free will in a video game (which some observant gamers may recognize as one deconstruction present in the earlier Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty ). Those... Instead of a camera that takes still shots requiring rolls of film, players instead film enemies and earn research points based on what went on during the encounter. The game received positive scores, and even eventually made it into a book called 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die, though both fan and critical reception ended up being a little mixed. Rapture has certainly aged over ten years and the developers did a good job of translating a post-BioShock environment into a video game with new areas to explore and interesting underwater segments that finally allow opportunity to explore a... Thanks to how the game is set up, and the initial lack of superpowers, it's only in the final hours of the game that I felt like I could kill anything just by existing. While I didn't have too much of a problem with this, fans of full city exploration may have a few qualms, especially with the need now to try and do every possible thing in each area before trying to continue on. Also, there's no way to care about... Then there's the main selling point of the game, which is the ability to play as not only a Big Daddy, but the first Big Daddy. No longer needing to buy film was a great upside and the bonuses for getting certain levels of research points felt worth the effort to use the camera. he does so. Ten years later however, in 1968 (8 years after the events of BioShock), Delta wakes up face-down in a pool of water. While the gameplay is greatly improved over the original, the story is a little lacking and certain things end up being a little disappointing. Fans of BioShock should give this a go and it is actually pretty safe for newcomers to jump in as well, since the only connections that are made to the previous game are ones that don't need to be understood for full enjoyment. She doesn't even become an end boss of sorts, instead having a mostly off-screen presence and only really makes any physical connection with Delta and Eleanor in the last hour or so of the game. The opening action also felt a little more abrupt than the previous game, but I was able to get into the swing of thing within a few minutes of play. Within the city itself, it is also much easier to come across money, ADAM, EVE Hypos, First Aid Kits and ammunition, making the overall atmosphere a little less tense in the long run due to the more forgiving environment and ease of acquiring... There are other characters that are introduced that have some influence over Rapture in the present as well as Delta in the past, but these characters end up not being quite as interesting and in the end serve to set up a morality choice for the... The silent Subject Delta isn't always interesting or completely fleshed out, but his connection with his daughter offers a new perspective and eventually the player may feel like protecting her as well. These improvements made using Plasmids more fun and improved experimentation with passive abilities without having to worry about accidentally buying a Tonic or slot for the wrong track. There are only so many ways you can make the same city look new again, but after a while there's little joy in trying to explore everything as it gets closer to the end due to the overall sameness of everything. However, you'll need to mix up what you do from time to time to get research points quicker, but even with a Drill-focused run it's still very possible to get something different to happen. However, the game does do a good job of building a father-daughter bond and the gimmick of being a Big Daddy is worth the experience alone. A final addition made to this game is the presence of an Online Mulitplayer component, which I felt that with the setup of Bioshock's world, and it being an FPS, could actually work. The game begins in 1958, where a Big Daddy named Subject Delta is pursuing his daughter, Eleanor. One other thing the game does right however is improved graphics and good voice acting.

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Jan 26, 2013 by mcquestionpants | Posted in Cameras

A few "super" super 8 questions?

Hello! I'm brand new to super 8 cameras, and I have quite a few questions. I'm familiar with film from photography but I just got a bell and howell autoload 308 and 200t kodak film. I was wondering about some tips about the aperture. It has an auto feature and I got a new battery for it but would it work correctly? Also I was wondering if I could use my dual 8mm/16mm splicer for my 8mm film. Some general shooting tips? A decent projector I should get? And last is a good place to send out my film? I cant personally develop it. I'm not looking to get it scanned. To sum it up, Aperture splicer tips projector and development Anything would help! Thanks!


Aperture: Your camera should expose the film properly. Most cameras are set up for 40 or 160 ASA only, but 200 is so close to 160 that it doesn't affect the image much. Splicer: Probably not. Most 16mm/8mm splicers were set up only for "regular" 8mm film, which had similar perforations to 16mm film. Super 8 has very different perforations, so it won't fit, unless there's a third row of pegs to place the film. Projector/Development: Unfortunately, you can't project your film. The film that you purchased is a negative film, and it has to be sent to a place that will scan it and put it into a digital file. If you tried to project it, you'd just get a really orange inverted color image. There is one place in Europe that optically prints it to a positive, but it's expensive. A good lab to use is Cinelab: http://cinelab.com/8mm.html. They can both process and transfer your film to disk. If you're really interested in projecting, contact Andec Lab in Germany: http://www.andecfilm.de Unfortunately, their website is down at the moment.

Tom R | Jan 26, 2013
Oct 22, 2012 by Eggstoast | Posted in Movies

Where can I purchase Silent Movies on reels?

Looking for a website selling silent movies for a projector, 35mm,16mm, or 8mm. THANKS


Phil's Vintage Movie Films and Collectibles -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MOVIE FILM SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT Updated October 3, 2012 This is a very long page. Scroll down or click the links below to go directly to what you need. If quantity is limited on any item, the quantity available will be shown in brackets ( ). Prices shown are for one item. PROJECTOR BELTS, PARTS, PROJECTOR LENSES 8MM, SUPER-8, 16MM & 35MM MOVIE REELS AND CANS 8MM, SUPER-8, 16MM & 35MM MOVIE FILM LEADER SPLICERS, SPLICING TAPE, VIEWERS, PERF-FIX TAPE, HAND REWINDS FILM CLEANING CLOTH More here... http://www.8mm16mmfilmscollectibles.com/ supplies.htm

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Super 8 Film Splicer - Bookshelf


830 pages

The Art Museum as Educator, A Collection of Studies as Guides to Practice and Policy

Creator: Barbara Y. Newsom, Adele Z. Silver | Art museums - 1978-01-01

Art Supervisor. St. Louis City Schools. March 8, 1974. Lindsay, Claudia. Art Department staff, St. Louis Public Schools. ... unit 25.00 *Montage Audio-Mate cassette recorder 225.00 *Super-8 film splicer 8.00 *Kodak film splicer 12.00 Nikon A2 ...

Publisher: Univ of California Press


Industrial Photography

Photography - 1975

BOLEX 832 Bolex Dual splicer for standard 8 and Super-8 films produces beveled edge splices for smooth and silent ... 833 Movie film splicer butt-splices all Super-8 and single 8 movie films with no cementing, scraping or over-lap. loins film ...



256 pages

Microsoft® Windows® Movie Maker 2: Do Amazing Things, Do Amazing Things

Creator: John Buechler | Computers - 2009-11-30

Both types of film were developed and played back on projectors. Basic editing could be done using an 8mm film splicer and some cellophane tape or special glue, such as you see here. The movie quality was about what you would expect,  ...

Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.

About this book
So let’s go! Roll camera, shout action, and amaze yourself with all you can do with Microsoft Windows Movie Maker 2. Fun, focused, and easy to follow, this guide shows how to dive right into your first or next movie, complete with special effects, voiceovers, credits, even a full soundtrack—right from your computer. Using simple drag-and-drop moves—and the guidance of a Windows Movie Maker expert—you’ll produce many of the same impressive effects you see on the big screen every day. Plus, you’ll get cool project ideas and all the how-to’s for putting your filmmaker’s imagination to work! Start with the best shots Capture new video—even reuse your VHS footage Drag scenes into a storyboard or timeline, shape your story in minutes! Build a library of audio, video, and still images Add awesome effects Make cinema-style transitions, such as fades, dissolves, and wipes Easily create titles, crawls, and credits Amplify your story with narration, music, and sound effects Perfect it, then present it! Use easy tools to fine-tune your audio and video Premiere your movie on a PC or over the Web Burn your production to a CD or DVD Shake your Movie Maker Create a highlights “reel” of favorite moments Document your family’s roots with photos, news clippings, and interviews Produce fun movie trailer parodies Create video karaoke for your PC Can you do amazing things? Yes you can!A Note Regarding the CD or DVDThe print version of this book ships with a CD or DVD. For those customers purchasing one of the digital formats in which this book is available, we are pleased to offer the CD/DVD content as a free download via O'Reilly Media's Digital Distribution services. To download this content, please visit O'Reilly's web site, search for the title of this book to find its catalog page, and click on the link below the cover image (Examples, Companion Content, or Practice Files). Note that while we provide as much of the media content as we are able via free download, we are sometimes limited by licensing restrictions. Please direct any questions or concerns to booktech@oreilly.com.


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  • CameraWorksNW

    Splicing Tape Splice Tape for Super 8mm Film / Home Movies -sealed!

    Office Product (CameraWorksNW)

    Rating (6 reviews):
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    finding the unfindable

    0 5/5 8mm film guy - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Splicing Tape Splice Tape for Regular 8mm Film / Home Movies -sealed! (Office Product) Everything I wanted was answered by buying the splicing tape. Never expected this product to still be available Surprise is happiness 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 9, 2012

    Great site.

    0 5/5 Pamela D. Crochet - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Splicing Tape Splice Tape for Super 8mm Film / Home Movies -sealed! (Office Product) Great! Got my order quickly. This product will help me bring family memories back to life. The site was really easy to negotiate. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 14, 2014

    Hard to use

    0 4/5 Robert W. Graper - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Splicing Tape Splice Tape for Regular 8mm Film / Home Movies -sealed! (Office Product) Splices were hard to align with film sprocket holes. Once applied, they worked fine. May need to buy a splicing machine. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 31, 2013
    Tapes are manufactured using Kodak's original formula and procedures
    Tapes are sealed. There are 20 tapes to a pack for a total of 40 tapes. Each individual tape has 2 pieces -one for each side of the film
    Splicing Tapes for your Super 8mm Home Movie Film (Note: these are Super 8mm, NOT Regular 8mm)
    Tapes are pliable and resist becoming brittle with age


  • KODAK 8mm PRESSTAPE splice tape (formerly)

    Single Detail Page Misc

    Rating (11 reviews):
    (4.0/5)

    presstape was needed for old 8mm tape repair

    0 4/5 Gary Decker - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: KODAK 8mm PRESSTAPE splice tape (formerly) good product and great service will look forward to buy from this supplier again soon seems like they have lots of needed film repairs 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 25, 2013

    Good product

    0 5/5 Rusty (Stanley, NC USA) - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: KODAK 8mm PRESSTAPE splice tape (formerly) I inherited a treasure trove of 8mm home movies from my late uncle and I've been converting them to digital. However, some of the film is brittle and broken and these help get the films through at least one showing so I can complete the conversion. I don't have any intent to splice shorter films together to make longer ones as this will be done digitally. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 23, 2013

    Kodak 8mm PRESSTAPE

    0 4/5 Charles D. Wiggins "shooter" (Uvalde, TX) - See all my reviews, November 29, 2011
    Each pkg as shown in photo has 40 tapes which will make 20 splices
    Clean no mess and no hassel, Pre-perforated
    Formerly made by Kodak, still made in the USA
    Secure hold lasts a lifetime
    Easy to use, just peel and press like using a band-aide


  • KODAK Super 8mm PRESSTAPE splice tape (formerly)

    Single Detail Page Misc

    Rating (11 reviews):
    (4.5/5)

    Work great!

    0 5/5 Grant Barnhill - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: KODAK Super 8mm PRESSTAPE splice tape (formerly) They work well. Purists will tell you that you have to use cement splicing but using these presstapes worked fine for me. Be sure to get a good splicer, the one I used was tiny and a little difficult to work with. I would also recommend a viewer if you can afford it. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 26, 2013

    Simple easy to use

    0 4/5 Joshua S Lamb - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: KODAK Super 8mm PRESSTAPE splice tape (formerly) This product was super simple and easy to use HOWEVER I recommend a splicing kit to hold the film in place while splicing. It would be very difficult if you didn't have a splicing kit to assist. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 14, 2013

    for those still hanging on

    0 5/5 Eric Hvisc "vidyman" (Yonkers, New York United States) - See all my reviews, September 27, 2013
    Formerly made by Kodak, Still manufactured in the USA
    Pre-perforated for easy application
    Picture is of one package, each package holds 40 tapes which makes 20 splices
    Clean and easy to use
    Fast and secure splice tape


  • LPL Co., TOKOYO JAPAN PAT.

    cement splicer photo accessory

    Single Detail Page Misc (LPL Co., TOKOYO JAPAN PAT.)

    8-16 mm film splicer
    3 way super 8 reg.8-16 mm


  • Vintage Craig Model S-6 Master Six Splicer 8 & 16mm Film Splicer Editor

    Single Detail Page Misc


  • CameraWorksNW

    Splicing Tape Splice Tape for Regular 8mm Film / Home Movies -sealed!

    Office Product (CameraWorksNW)

    Rating (6 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    CameraWorksNW

    finding the unfindable

    0 5/5 8mm film guy - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Splicing Tape Splice Tape for Regular 8mm Film / Home Movies -sealed! (Office Product) Everything I wanted was answered by buying the splicing tape. Never expected this product to still be available Surprise is happiness 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 9, 2012

    Great site.

    0 5/5 Pamela D. Crochet - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Splicing Tape Splice Tape for Super 8mm Film / Home Movies -sealed! (Office Product) Great! Got my order quickly. This product will help me bring family memories back to life. The site was really easy to negotiate. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 14, 2014

    Hard to use

    0 4/5 Robert W. Graper - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Splicing Tape Splice Tape for Regular 8mm Film / Home Movies -sealed! (Office Product) Splices were hard to align with film sprocket holes. Once applied, they worked fine. May need to buy a splicing machine. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 31, 2013
    Tapes are sealed. There are 20 tapes to a pack for a total of 40 tapes. Each individual tape has 2 pieces -one for each side of the film
    Splicing Tapes for your Regular 8mm Home Movie Film (Note: these are Regular 8mm, NOT Super 8mm)
    Tapes are pliable and resist becoming brittle with age
    Tapes are manufactured using Kodak's original formula and procedures