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Thread: 70mm film backs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terence
    Trying this myself. David Romano's website is showing that he's expecting an order of b&w Kodak IR film (Type 2424), but is asking $750 per 150' roll. Seems high. Does anyone remember what it previousl went for? B&H no longer shows it on their site. FWIW, Kodak has pretty high minimum orders on the 70mm film these days. Between 4 and 18 rolls depending on film type.

    While we're on the 70mm topic, how do you attach the film to the spool in the 15' cartridges? I found one website mention a metal clip, but none of the ones I have (all Kodak, from two different sources) have a metal clip, just a smooth plastic spool. Will tape work okay? If so, what type is best?
    i use paper-tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by europanorama
    i use paper-tape.
    Thanks. There was post over on the medium format portion of photo.net saying that Maco is releasing a perforated 400 speed 70mm IR in October. Things may be looking up. I haven't tried any Maco except the Ortho, so this might be a reason to expand my horizons.

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    As far as developing 70mm C41, I believe that you can run it through many noritsu film processors. I'm not sure about running 100ft. of film through all those rollers though.. My boss said he would let me run 6ft or so through. No customers have brought us any 70mm film to process.. As long as the film cartridge fits inside the film holder bay with the lid closed it should work.

    Any other ideas for processing 70mm black and white?

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