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cine film

[sin′ē]
a type of motion picture film used in cineradiography, usually in cardiac catheterization or GI studies.
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We hope it might also encourage racegoers to come forward with their old 16mm and 8mm cine film of sporting days long gone.
The cine film captures him relaxing in the gardens of his final home at Mark Bank, Worcester, with Vera Hockman, his last love and the inspiration for his unfinished third symphony.
Here, he's an engaging raconteur, narrating the Feelgoods' trip from 'Essex delta' to the USA, intercut with superb vintage cine film, archive tour footage and colourful quotes from the likes of singer Lee Brilleaux's mum.
9 I HAVE over 45 old reels of 8mm cine film but no projector.
This film broadcasts for the first time a cine film shot by the family back in the '60s in Drws-y-Coed.
Further improving the flexibility of its Producer series of cine film recorders, Lasergraphics' Producers are now the world's first and only film recorders to output 35mm film directly from a QuickTime movie file.
Since 1990 the emphasis on cine film declined and in 2006 a lottery grant was awarded so the club could convert to digital.
giant-killing in 1972 58 As well as many great still photographs, there is digitised rare cine film from the local community.
The footage, converted from 8mm cine film, has been compiled by Wallasey-based firm Video to DVD Wirral.
He said there may be cine film of the famous man inside and a specialist has been called in to develop it.
It offers the chance to discover the North-east's rich sporting history captured on cine film.
He said: "It's not a very clear image because it has been taken from a cine film but you can still see what it is.