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    Seeing this film again triggered a memory. The scenes of coating were also published in a book by G. Eaton of EK and copyright in 1957. In fact, I have previously posted those pictures here on APUG.

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    Would it be alright to share these links on other forums?

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    Bravo! That was fun. Thank you!!
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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    well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamzip View Post
    Would it be alright to share these links on other forums?
    Yes, sure, why not, just be aware it might have some consequences for the availability to APUG members at this moment, as the hosting servers of our providers might get a bit of an extra hit. I do hope they are not going to complain... it's a first for me to publish such a big videofile on my website. But anyway, I think it will be found sooner or later and mentioned elsewhere, so in that sense I really see no issue. It's already on the Silverprint website as well...
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    Very cool. Any way to download and save the video for future viewing?
    - Jeff (& sometimes Eva, too) - http://www.jeffbannow.com

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    Play it, and then copy it from out of your browser's cache.

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    Thank-you. This answers a few of my questions about the manufacture of film. I watched it before but it gave no indication of where light must be limited in the production line. It even contains the grain on the film they used to produce the video.

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    Excellent movie. Thanks for everyone who brought this to us.

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    Thanks a lot. I enjoyed that.
    Future, present, past. Life, decay, death, birth. I try to catch a glimpse of history as it unfolds before my eyes, and to pass that on to future generations. I am a witness of my time.

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