As a newby oldie - i.e. new to video, but keen 8mm & Super 8mm film maker in the good old days when film cost a reasonable amount - I find myself with several thousand feet of film which I would like to convert to Digital Video and re-edit. Problem is, shutter speeds. I have limited ability to modify shutter speeds - projector is 16 or 24 fps. Camera (Canon DV500i) is (I assume 25 fps. My 8mm film I can DIY convert as the 45 year old projector (yes, and it still works well!) has a speed control so I can tweak the speed until the strobing stops. But I can't with the Super 8 projector. So much for progress! Is there anyway of DIY converting without the strobe effect? If the projector had had a faster speed I could have slowed the motor down to get the 25fps, but with this setup, I suspect the answer is "pay a specialist"!