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    what process in old colour photo booth

    hi

    Dose anybody know what process was/is used in colour photo booths (the film ones from a few years back)

    thanks

    robin

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    hi robin

    i am not sure if you saw this ...

    but here in video archive
    there is a small movie
    showing a photobooth processing the strip

    http://www.apug.org/forums/media.php?do=details&mid=67

    and here is some info on the process
    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum37/5...h-process.html


    there is a website that has a bunch of photo booth info as well

    http://www.photobooth.net/

    have fun !
    john
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    thanks John

    I had seen those 2 youtubes
    I think the colour machine were very similar
    but used a different process
    I've never heard of colour direct positive paper
    apart from cibachrome and Polaroid but I'm sure it was not either of these

    the photo booth website dose not seem to get updated much and none of the questions seem to be very technical

    I believe that there are still colour film booths in Canada so somebody must have some film unless it's just old stuff that was stockpiled

    thanks

    robin

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    There was a direct positive Kodak color process, type R printing, for printing slides, previous to Cibachrome. I don't know if it would have been used in these machines. . . http://www.apug.org/forums/forum40/4...dak-r-3-a.html

    I remember those prints as being, at their worst, in the 50s, milky and low contrast, which sounds a lot like old photo booth pix...



 

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