Abraham Zapruder's home-camera footage of the assassination of John F. Kennedy is treated to digital re-mastering. We also get to see the images hidden "between the sprocket holes," making for a wider view of this much-analyzed event. Written by
Hugh M. McNally <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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When the explanation of the "double eight" system (the format the Zapruder film was shot in) is given, the graphic shows the second row of frames going in the same direction as the first row. When the supply and take-up reels are interchanged to expose the second row of frames, the film is traveling in the opposite direction. See more
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