Quote Originally Posted by Light Guru View Post
A basic principle of film photography that you should understand is that film is sensitive to light and will react to it. Therefor one can deduce from the name "Film Sensitizing Devision" that they put the light sensitive emulsion onto the film.

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And considering that the raw emulsion is much less sensitive than the finished version that is coated, it could be the people who sensitize the emulsion after initial precipitation and just before coating.

Or, it could be a division that makes, sensitizes (chemically and spectrallly) and coats.

There have been so many reorganizations there, that I just could not say what comes under the name film sensitizing division.