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    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    Well what is it? NEVER or ALWAYS??
    Yes, it was never Printed onto more camera negative film, it was printed onto Positive release stock...which is "negative" working in that the tones are reversed from the negative, thus making a positive.

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    Wait, I'm confused... What is the difference between camera film and release film?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EASmithV View Post
    Wait, I'm confused... What is the difference between camera film and release film?
    Release film has a clear base, to show whites as brilliantly as possible on screen, while camera film usually has a mask. Also, release film is extremely fine grained and slow (I think Eastman 7302 is around ISO 3) and optimized for the task at hand. Printing onto camera stock is of course possible but yields inferior results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    That must have cost you two arms and two legs!
    No, Actually I got it for free. Along with two 100 foot spools of ektachrome and about 800 feet in 100 ft spools of Kodachrome II.
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    Because this is camera negative film, will it still have the remjet layer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EASmithV View Post
    Because this is camera negative film, will it still have the remjet layer?
    Most of not all of the COLOUR negative stocks use the rem-jet black coating on the back of the film. The Black and white camera stocks just use the grey base method the same as B&W still film.

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    Eastman 16 mm cine films here: http://motion.kodak.com/US/en/motion...rsal/index.htm

    Eastman Fine Grain Positive Release Film here: http://motion.kodak.com/US/en/motion...Films/7302.htm

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