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Old January 19th 09, 05:52 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
Frank Whiteley
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Default Bowlus & Nelson Bumble Bee powered glider questions

On Jan 19, 7:29*am, soon2bexpat wrote:
On Jan 19, 5:09*am, VinceC wrote:

Any chance of getting the film converted to digital so we can all see?


I don't have a way to do that, but I shot some scenes off of an editor
with my digital camera:http://www.360buffalo.com/glider.htm


You might ask the National Soaring Museum about their interest in
archiving this film.

Frank Whiteley
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Old January 20th 09, 06:37 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
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Default Bowlus & Nelson Bumble Bee powered glider questions

On Jan 19, 8:52*am, Frank Whiteley wrote:
On Jan 19, 7:29*am, soon2bexpat wrote:

On Jan 19, 5:09*am, VinceC wrote:


Any chance of getting the film converted to digital so we can all see?


I don't have a way to do that, but I shot some scenes off of an editor
with my digital camera:http://www.360buffalo.com/glider.htm


You might ask the National Soaring Museum about their interest in
archiving this film.

Frank Whiteley


John Schag & Frank,

I have an Image Transfer box like this one on eBay, Item number:
390025134193

You just shoot projector in one side and then record with video cam on
little screen on other side.

I don't have a digital cam corder, but for the cost of shipping each
way I'll loan you mine if you'd like.

Also ask the National Soaring Museum if they can do this for you, and
then post on this group as a file.

Wayne
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Old January 21st 09, 03:25 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
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Default Bowlus & Nelson Bumble Bee powered glider questions


Hold on - John Schag is selling the item on ebay, he is an ebay trader
not an enthusiast
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Old February 10th 09, 06:44 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
soon2bexpat
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Default Bowlus & Nelson Bumble Bee powered glider questions

On Jan 21, 9:25*am, VinceC wrote:
Hold on - John Schag is selling the item on ebay, he is an ebay trader
not an enthusiast


I didn't come here to post something for sale, but to get some
information. Please refer to my original question, which had nothing
to do with eBay, nor did I refer anyone to any eBay auctions. If being
an 'enthusiast' is a requirement to asking questions about gliding, I
apologize for the post.
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Old March 2nd 09, 04:47 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
sisu1a
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Default Bowlus & Nelson Bumble Bee powered glider questions

Hold on - John Schag is selling the item on ebay, he is an ebay trader
not an enthusiast


I didn't come here to post something for sale, but to get some
information. Please refer to my original question, which had nothing
to do with eBay, nor did I refer anyone to any eBay auctions. If being
an 'enthusiast' is a requirement to asking questions about gliding, I
apologize for the post.


Well, here's the 16mm Bowlus video that this 'enthusiast' was fishing
for the info on this newsgroup for, up for SALE on EBAY, and it's
only $1,500!! Quick- somebody buy it before I do! ;-)

http://tinyurl.com/dbz879

-Paul
 




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