Fuji 8582 Movie Stock- Experiment?

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  1. ZorkiKat

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    Got a 400' roll of Fuji 8582 cine film stock- ISO 400, Tungsten balanced. Respooled it cassettes for still camera use, and here are what I got.

    Processing was unofficial- handprocessed in a Paterson Tank. C41 Fuji-Hunt developer, DIY acetic acid/sulphite stopbath, DIY Copper Chloride bleach, Ordinary 20% sodium thiosulphate solution for fixer, and a 5% formaldehyde solution with surfactant for final rinse. The black remjet back-coat was removed in a borax-sulphate solution. OK, I know that this is not right- but I don't really care since it is perhaps the only feasible way I can develop this film without spending a fortune and waiting for cine-labs to accept short-ends.

    Exposure was through various light sources, with and without an 85 filter.

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    Phenix-205 Rangefinder camera, cloudy daylight, no filter.

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    Leica IIIf, Travegon 35mm, Canon 85 conversion filter.

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    Leica IIIf, Travegon 35mm. No filter, Tungsten household lighting.

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    Leica IIIf, Summar 5cm, No filter, mixed 'warm' and 'cold' sodium vapour lighting.​
     
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