Australia-Anyone interested in some colour cine film to play with?

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  1. Oxleyroad

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    Hi all I have scored a bulk lot of 35mm colour cine film as part of a buy of 16mm colour cine film. If anyone is interested in having a play with this film in still cameras you can drop me line and I can send you what you seek for the cost of post only.

    Film types-
    Kodak Vision 3 500T
    Kodak Vision 2 500T
    Fuji 8573 Eterna 500T
    Fuji 8563 Eterna 250D
    Kodak Vision 2 200T
    Kodak Vision 2 50D

    Otherwise it is destined for silver reclamation experiments.
     
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    I can imagine Athiril or maybe hoffy being interested. I certainly would be if it were 70mm but I don't have any 35mm cameras.
     
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    doh! came here hoping it was 8mm :D
     
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    If you have a splitter and perforator this would be fine :confused:
     
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    Well derr, of course every one has a splitter and perforator.. I have 2!
     
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    Hi,
    What amounts do you have of these films?
    Regards,
    Peter
     
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    Hi Peter, I'll check during the week what is left and get back
     
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    Polyglot, do you want to develop it for me? :D

    I'm in a bit of a rut at the moment, otherwise I would say yes...
     
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    I have this amount of each I have in short ends

    Kodak Vision 3 500T - 1x 90', 2x 200'
    Kodak Vision 2 500T - 1x 90', 1x 115', 2x 120'
    Fuji 8573 Eterna 500T - 1x 100', 1x 150', 1x 160' 1x 180'
    Fuji 8563 Eterna 250D - all gone
    Kodak Vision 2 200T - all gone
    Kodak Vision 2 50D - 2x 90', 1x 100'
     
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    Hi Andy,

    Thanks. Probably not for now. Actually I just saw your blog. I'm also ultimately mostly interested in 8mm & 16mm.
    Any progress on the B&W machine? Looks interesting.
    You might be interested in my efforts:
    http://filmprocessing.wordpress.com/about
    We should bang heads!
    Are you in Hawthorn as in Melbourne?
    Cheers,
    Peter
     
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    If it goes in C41 chemistry or you supply whatever ECN chemistry you want to use, then sure I can run it through the Jobo.
     
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    Yep, Hawthorn as in Melbourne. I see you are looking at telecine as well. That is another project of mine. We should bang heads. As for the processor it is still being drawn up. Every time I run 10 one hundred ft rolls through the Lomo tank I am reminded of why I want a machine.
     
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    Yeah, the machine is a distant goal of mine too. I actually have one that I inherited however it's not in working order & will need a lot to bring it back.

    As for telecine....well, that's a whole other world. (and other forum!)

    Good to hear there's people out there still shooting 16mm & 8mm though. Given that the whole industrial model of film production is collapsing, I kind of think (and hope) that its survival is largely dependent on decentralising and scaling down the whole thing.

    I don't know. Can film survive without the industrial/mechanical model? I like to think it can. Wonder what others think.
     
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    A quick note that all the film has gone to either a good home or experimentation.