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    Of course you can only see that after you process the film, not before you buy it!

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    ***Short Ends $0.15/ft.
    Medium Ends $0.25/ft.
    Long Ends $0.38/ft.***

    Short-Medium-Long... What is the result long ends film? how many on 1-36 frame?

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    you see for sale 65-70mm film?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselbond View Post
    ***Short Ends $0.15/ft.
    Medium Ends $0.25/ft.
    Long Ends $0.38/ft.***

    Short-Medium-Long... What is the result long ends film? how many on 1-36 frame?
    For general 35mm use, short ends are good enough. Generally, short ends are <250 ft, and long ends are >250 ft. This is the only place I know of that sells "medium ends", and I have no idea as to the length of those.
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    Movie camera chew this stuff up at 90 ft a minute. most places don't bother with lengths of less than 100ft. Gravy is a end of a 1000 ft roll that is over 400ft. (the 1000ft rolls are on a three inch core generaly, while the 101 to 400ft are on a 2 inch core. 100ft rolls traditionally come on a spool, but may come on a 2 inch core.
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    Short end dates.

    The seller of short ends generally know by the emulsion number what the age of the film is. SOME do a test of a few feet off each roll to be sure of fog/damage.

    Of course at the moment the Vision 3 stocks are so new, that if you get Vision 3 it has to be fairly fresh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselbond View Post
    you see for sale 65-70mm film?
    WIDE Movie negative runs at 65mm to be printed on 70mm stock. Lots more 35mm ends turn up.
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    What's the best way to get a short end or longer into a bulk loader?
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    Quote Originally Posted by holmburgers View Post
    What's the best way to get a short end or longer into a bulk loader?
    I do it with a pair of rewinds (in the dark!) and some extra cores. Hitting the 100 ft mark is the tough part when blind, but rolling it a little short is OK too (you just don't know exactly when the bulk loader is going to run out.)

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