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    What's triple print? (Please excuse the ignorance)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kylefornia View Post
    What's triple print? (Please excuse the ignorance)


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    The 126 film... The brand is "Triple Print" I have a few in 126 and 127 myself and took me a while to track down what it was. On the label it says "can only be processed at X lab" so wanted to know why it couldn't be processed anywhere, well it's because it is a C-22 variant and isn't C-41 compatible for processing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    The 126 film... The brand is "Triple Print" I have a few in 126 and 127 myself and took me a while to track down what it was. On the label it says "can only be processed at X lab" so wanted to know why it couldn't be processed anywhere, well it's because it is a C-22 variant and isn't C-41 compatible for processing.
    Yeah, C22 was the earlier process but why do you think it's "triple print" brand not Kodak/Agfa/Fuji etc.?
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Koehrer View Post
    Yeah, C22 was the earlier process but why do you think it's "triple print" brand not Kodak/Agfa/Fuji etc.?
    The picture shows a box labelled "Triple Print"
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    I had read somewhere (and may be wrong) that Triple-Print was using cine-film. I acquired a few 126 cartridges of it to load up fresh film for an Instamatic, but made no effort to expose it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Koehrer View Post
    Yeah, C22 was the earlier process but why do you think it's "triple print" brand not Kodak/Agfa/Fuji etc.?
    What Matt said, and I did research last year to figure out what tripple print (just the 126 is tripple print) was a version of C-22. This is here say since I never processed mine, the 127 I tried in B&W but testing showed it was about an EI of 3, which wasn't really very useful.

    I still have the 2 packs of 126, no one wants it.

    I'm going to sell it on eBay I think.

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    PM sent for 126 film (if still available)

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    126 format film, still in wrapper, forgot when it expired but it's a long time ago
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    Triple Print (in this case) means that you would get back (if you sent to their specific lab) 3 prints instead of just one. You buy the film at a higher price and have extra copies to give to friends/family.

    Will update tonight after work what is spoken for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fixcinater View Post
    Triple Print (in this case) means that you would get back (if you sent to their specific lab) 3 prints instead of just one. You buy the film at a higher price and have extra copies to give to friends/family.

    Will update tonight after work what is spoken for.
    Right, however they don't exist anymore, or won't do processing of this film at least...

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    I have a few. The box states:
    "Notice: This film can only be developed by Trip-Print Film Labs for our Patented "Triple Print Process."

    You also get free film back with your prints.

    There is some mention here on APUG. Also, some random web-links:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelraso/5221054318/
    http://www.papergreat.com/2011/06/pl...-this-and.html
    http://www.largeformatphotography.in...ype-what-is-it
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