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    Anyone have a TARDIS? You could zip back 10 years or so and get your Kodachrome film processed. Hey, you could even get sheet film and get it processed. And your favorite "deceased" lines of film would still be around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lxdude View Post

    The total amount of California's electricity that wind produces for all those thousands of acres of land, all that visual blight, all those bird deaths, all the 30+ years of heavy subsidies just to get it to the point of something close to competitive? 1.5% That's right. One and a half percent. Less than one terawatt.
    I need to correct this typo. Should say: Less than one terawatt is produced by the San Gorgonio Pass wind farms. About 5.5 terawatts are produced throughout the state.
    I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
    When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
    Many photo-chemical manufactures are in some way busy with active electrical coatings on Polyester base. Kodak actually aimed at going into production of flexible solar cells.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Anyone have a TARDIS? You could zip back 10 years or so and get your Kodachrome film processed. Hey, you could even get sheet film and get it processed. And your favorite "deceased" lines of film would still be around.
    I think the practical applications of a time-machine may be larger than that of a Kodachrome processing machine. What sort of colour-couplers would we need for the tardis though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Anyone have a TARDIS? You could zip back 10 years or so and get your Kodachrome film processed. Hey, you could even get sheet film and get it processed. And your favorite "deceased" lines of film would still be around.

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    It might be easier to just build a replicator machine ala Star Trek. Then we can order the machine to replicate any film/emulsion we want and the chemicals to process it.

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    Yeah, a time machine would be useful. But, we would only need to form a blue color for a TARDIS. One good thing here!

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    When this thread reaches 300 posts, will the moderators close it? I really don't think Ilford is interested in making color film. Just a gut feeling, mind you.

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    Is Ilford working on a time machine? They've already done color film after all. Wait, photography is a time machine. Done and done.

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    How about it Simon? Is Ilford working on a replicator, time machine, or TARDIS? I'm sure the secret labs there in Mobberly are working on something good. ;-)

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    I suppose that one could say that a film-image is a time-machine, but it takes the recorded instant in one direction only - forwards to the future.



 

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