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Glenn Fleisig
04-23-1998, 05:06 AM
Several months ago I posted a request for advice on what high speed
video camera to buy. Based upon the responses, we checked out an
upgrade of our Kodak Ektapro system, as well as buying a Redlake
MotionScope HR500, Olympus Encore MAC 500, or JC Labs HSC 250. (The
Redlake and Olympus are the same thing). For your information, all
systems had strengths and weaknesses. There were differences in price,
resolution, memory, etc. For our needs, we decided that upgrading our
Kodak was best for us. We went with the Kodak Ektapro Hi-Spec Motion
Analyzer.

If anyone is interested in some tapes and tape conditioner for a Kodak
Ektapro 1000, please let me know. It's yours if you pay for the
shipping.

While we're at it, we also have an OLD transkinetics EMG system. Again,
it's your if you pay for shipping.

- Glenn


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Glenn S. Fleisig, Ph.D.
work phone: 205-918-2138
work fax: 205-918-0800
address: American Sports Medicine Institute
1313 13th Street South
Birmingham, Alabama 35205
web site: http://www.asmi.org
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