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On Zapruder's pedestal!


Karl Kinaski
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I v just found this:

"On Zapruder's Pedestal":

http://youtube.com/watch?v=W6lzVhkBmH0&feature=related

"Z-Film Wide":

http://youtube.com/watch?v=1G_Zxup7esU

The wall in the background compared to the seize of the cars on elm is two times higher in the Z-film, than it is in the non- manipulated film of DP, taken by someone "On Zapruder's Pedestal." !

Open and belittle both Y- Tube videos. And compare the clips, (by stop and go. )

To me it seems, that the wall in the Z -film got a much higher (unnatural)"Zoom-In" than the Lincoln(and it's passengers) on elm, which indicates that the Z-film was made out of at last two different copies. (With two different Zooms.)

Maybe this discovery was made before.

To me that is new and it shows a very obvious and bearish manipulation of the Z- film.

KK

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To me it seems, that the wall in the Z -film got a much higher (unnatural)"Zoom-In" than the Lincoln(and it's passengers) on elm, which indicates that the Z-film was made out of at last two different copies. (With two different Zooms.)

Karl - different zooms - different lenses makes the difference. The camera used in the first video has a far wider field of view. Look at the train car in the Nix film - its huge due to the way the lens magnified it. From a cursory glance at the two films - a few adjustments and they could be made to overlay IMO.

Bill

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To me it seems, that the wall in the Z -film got a much higher (unnatural)"Zoom-In" than the Lincoln(and it's passengers) on elm, which indicates that the Z-film was made out of at last two different copies. (With two different Zooms.)

Karl - different zooms - different lenses makes the difference. The camera used in the first video has a far wider field of view. Look at the train car in the Nix film - its huge due to the way the lens magnified it. From a cursory glance at the two films - a few adjustments and they could be made to overlay IMO.

Bill

isn't that called "altering" film? For our viewing pleasure of course

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