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  Film
This material is highly flammable, and extensive precautions were required in projection rooms to avoid film ignition because of the proximity of the projector arc lamp to the film.
It was not considered desirable to adopt it for professional 35-mm film, largely because it was inferior in strength and dimensional stability.
When extreme sensitivity to light is not required, finer grain film may be used, particularly when it is intended to enlarge a 16-mm negative for 35-mm release or a 35-mm negative for 70-mm release.
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 PEAK Loupe/Magnifier for 35 mm Film, 8X
It is specially designed to cover the entire 24 x 36 mm area of a single frame of film from a 35 mm roll film camera and its greatest used is for the checking of negatives.
A high quality 24 x 37 mm angular objective lens is employed in the optical system to cover single 35 mm frames and a two-element achromatic lens is used in the eyepiece.
This magnifier is designed for use with the special "puncher and holder" for use with 35 mm film.
www.2spi.com /catalog/magnifiers/mag16.shtml   (236 words)

  
  Historic sub-35 mm Film Formats & Cameras
One of the first to slit ordinary 35 mm film to use in a 17.5 mm camera was the Englishman Birt Acres, who already in 1895 used his new "Birtac" format to record the famous yearly rowing competitions between the British universities.
By splitting the 16 mm film, while doubling the number of perforations (to one per frame, naturally), a viable amateur format was born.
Film usage dropped to one fourth of 16 mm, the cameras became much smaller, lighter and less costly (even though expensive, technological wonders were produced, such as the Bolex H-8 series).
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 35mm Fuji and Kodak Camera Film
The speed of a roll of film is measured according to an International Standards Organization (ISO) scale, with the most common varieties being ISO 100, 200, 400 and 800.
These numbers are referred to as the film's "speed" because each level is twice as sensitive to light as the last and will expose more quickly, allowing a faster shutter speed to be used.
Conventional 35 mm films and chromogenic films are generally more forgiving to errors in exposure than tabular grain films.
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 Digital versus film | Zoozem.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Film photography is anticipated to endure for some time, as dedicated amateurs and skilled artists often prefer the use of traditional and familiar materials and techniques.
While the resolution of commercial 35 mm color film is estimated to be 19 megapixel, this measure may be misleading.
Film also offers ease of processing with drop off services for processing available in many locations, in contrast to digital photography where the process of printing can require the time and effort of the user in areas where commercial digital to print services are not yet readily available.
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 5. Physical Description Area
Film is implied when using the terms, reel, roll, cassette, cartridge, and loop in an archival setting.
film which is known to be a reduction copy, indicate that it is a complete work using the original 1000-foot 35 mm.
When film has been copied onto video, the relationship of the original reel count to the extent or number of video units may be difficult to determine.
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 35 mm film at AllExperts
35 mm film is the basic film gauge most commonly used for both still photography and motion pictures, and remains relatively unchanged since its introduction in 1892 by William Dickson and Thomas Edison, using film stock supplied by George Eastman.
The petrochemical and silver compounds necessary for the creation of film stock meant from the start that 35 mm filmmaking was to be an expensive hobby with a high barrier to entry for the public at large.
Similar to still photography, the format uses a camera running 35 mm film horizontally instead of vertically through the camera, with frames that are eight perforations long, resulting in a wider aspect ratio of 1.5:1 and greater detail, as more of the negative area is used per frame.
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 P3 » Blog Archive » Shooting on 35 mm film versus 16 mm film
35 mm requires a significant number of specialist crew and the camera equipment is expensive to hire.
Because of this lower cost, 16 mm film is the preferred alternative on jobs where lots of footage is required, such as shooting children, animals and vox pops, or for high speed filming where more film is used to shoot the subject in slow motion.
A 16 mm camera is smaller and lighter than 35 mm and is often used when the cameraman has to physically hold the camera for a length of time, or if the space for shooting is confined.
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 70 mm film at AllExperts
As used in camera, the film is 65 mm wide; for projection 2.5 mm are added along each outer side of the perforations for magnetic strips holding six tracks of surround sound, although more recent 70 mm prints now use digital sound encoding; however, the vast majority of 70 mm prints predate this technology.
Often, as in the case of 2001: A Space Odyssey, 70 mm films were re-released on 35 mm film for a wider distribution after the initial debut of the film.
This has unfortunately sometimes meant that films were transferred to video via their 35 mm blown-down elements instead of the high-quality full-gauge intermediates; luckily, more and more DVD releases are using the original-gauge source elements as of late.
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 Producing Content for the Web: Using a film scanner
The 35 mm film is a smaller original, so it must be enlarged more, about 4 times more than a scanned 6x4 inch print, to get the same image size at the printer.
Film scanners are sometimes equipped with bulk loaders that allow many mounted slides to be scanned as a batch.
Film scanners are very much more expensive than flatbed scanners, so unless you need to use it frequently, it may be more economical to access a film scanning service (try the multimedia or education technology department at your institution, or go to a photo processing laboratory).
www.edtec.unsw.edu.au /inter/dload/webmedia/web_content/film.html   (0 words)

  
 Exhibition - Moving Images / Professional Film
The 35-mm film introduced by Edison with double-sided four-hole perforation became the standard film material for the professional producer.
The camera exposes three films at the same time; these are combined in a special printing process to make the final copy.
Films on the lives and work of the Berlin pioneers Max Skladanowsky and Oskar Messter and also excerpts from production techniques of 1946 give an impression of the film industry of the past.
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 Marriott - Short History of Home Movies
In addition, some films have notched titles; this means that, to save film, a title frame would be held in position for the audience to read, rather than repeating the title over about 160 frames (to give 10 seconds reading time).
Colour film was made available for the amateur in the nineteen thirties, with several different systems for both 16 mm.
Cellulose-based film will have "Safety film" along the edge; if that is not there, the film is likely to be nitrate based, and expert advice is required on both the storage and handling of such film.
www.marriottworld.com /articles/film_history.htm   (1815 words)

  
 Film Scanner Product
The TrackEye film scanner is a high resolution digitization unit for 16 and 35 mm cine film, developed as a input device to TrackEye motion analyze and the GoldenEye digitization software.
The special film transport system utilizes optical reading of the film perforations via the CCD sensor and has a precision capstan for exact positioning of the frames.
The Film scanner is a high-resolution digitization unit for 16 and 35 mm cine film, developed as an input device to TrackEye motion analysis software.
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 Sage Photography - Frequently Asked Questions
If it is impossible to protect the film from prolonged exposure to high heat and humidity, try to have it processed as soon as possible after you have used it.
Consumer picture-taking films, like KODAK GOLD and MAX films, are manufactured with allowance for the aging process, are usually purchased in small quantities, may remain in the camera for a longer period of time, and do not require refrigeration.
Professional films are near optimum color balance when manufactured, usually purchased in large quantities at one time, are processed quickly, and require refrigeration to maintain color balance.
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 Advanced Photo System (APS) versus 35 mm Film Format
APS negatives measure 16.7 mm x 30.2 mm compared to 24 mm by 36 mm for 35-mm (135) film.
Unless you mark or label rolls (or otherwise signify the film has been exposed) you run the risk of either exposing the same roll twice or sending an unexposed roll off to the lab.
One suggestion is to wind the film leader entirely into the canister when the roll has been exposed.
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 Instructions for Loading, 35mm Film With 1501 or 2502 Reels
To set the reel for 35 mm film, twist the reel counterclockwise past a resistance and collapse the reel to its minimum width.
The emulsion side of the film (inside of the film's natural curl) should be facing toward the center of the reel.
Continue walking the film onto the reel until you are at the end of the roll.
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 KODAK:FAQ:Motion Picture Super Film Formats
The new film, Super 8, could be used with the same economy as regular 8 mm, and projectors that could show both sizes of film could be easily manufactured for customers with a library of older films.
Super 16 mm was originally developed as a professional capture medium for blow-up to 35 mm theatrical release.
When the sound track area was added to film in the late 1920s, the picture had to be narrowed and shortened to maintain the same aspect ratio (frame shape).
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 35 mm film scanner - Catalogo
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 Placing Films
Set the film correctly in the film holder and position the film holder properly on the document table.
Place the film holder on the document table so that it is aligned with the upper right corner of the document table.
Place the 35 mm slide holder on the document table so that it is aligned with the upper right corner of the document table.
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 Using the various optional Film Adapters
The Film Adapter is compact so it can be attached or removed easily when you alternate scanning between transparent materials and normal reflective (paper) documents.
Place the film holder on the document table in alignment with the upper left-hand corner of the Film Adapter.
You can move and adjust the position of 35-mm film by sliding the strips in the film holder so the frames you want to scan are positioned in the window.
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 Film Formats at MROB
The first "safety film", so-called because it was not flammable, was 28-mm wide and had 3 sprocket-holes per frame.
The film was shown in three projectors on a huge curved screen, the only use of a curved screen until OMNIMAX in 1973.
Many movies are filmed this way, and the director composes the shots with the knowledge that the film will be cropped two different ways during transfer to cinema and video formats (a sort of double soft-matting) An excellent example of this is Cameron's Titanic (1997).
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 Wide Film Cinematography - Fox Grandeur 70mm
For I had the typical, conservative cameraman's attitude toward wide film: it might be all right as a novelty, but as a practical medium for serious artistic work it was impossible.
film, he was simply unable to dramatize the backgrounds as did the larger film, for in 35 mm.
And when these advantages, and those which the wide film soundtrack offers the sound-engineers, are combined with a perfected system of color cinematography, cinematographers and directors will indeed have a medium which is worthy of their best artistic and technical efforts.
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 Welcome to Digital Photo Studio   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A 24 X 16 mm CCD with its narrower angle of view will isolate small portions of the scene without your having to move the camera closer to the subject.
The size of 35 mm film had to be standardized.
The focal length of a lens is the distance between the front of the image sensor and the optical center of the lens, when the lens is focused on infinity.
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 REGULATION 89-80 - FILM AND VIDEO ACT
6(2)             Where a film has been classified, a film exchange or any other person who has submitted the film to the Director shall ensure that each reel of the film is accompanied by or has attached to it a stamped band referred to in subsection (1).
12                A 35 mm film that is reissued shall be deemed to be a new film if it is reissued five years or more after the date it was originally issued.
19(2)          Notwithstanding subsection (1), a theatre owner may exhibit a film classified as Restricted to a person under the age of eighteen years or a film classified as Adult to a person under the age of fourteen years if the person is accompanied by and remains with a parent or legal guardian.
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 photo.net Forum: Using 35 mm film in an RB67...
My second idea is to get a 35 mm kit for a TLR and see about converting the parts to hold things in place.
Actually, I am not trying to use the camera as a 35 mm for serious use (I can always borrow a "real" 35 mm for that), just as I don't use the camera as a polaroid camera for serious use (although the last owner did, with Polaroid P/N, but that is another story altogether).
Kodalith is an orthochromic film, with profoundly small grain and high resolution, an E.I. of 3, and can be handled by red safe light and developed in a tray to the proper density by inspection (ideal for testing 35mm lenses).
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 Everest
With 35 mm magnetic film, the base material on which the magnetic oxide is coated is five times thicker than conventional tape and is similar to the film used for motion pictures.
It is of interest to note, that when sound tracks of great motion pictures originally recorded on 35 mm magnetic film are released as phonographic records, the normal technique is to re-record the sound from the 35 mm magnetic film to conventional tape.
By utilizing specially designed portable versions of Everest 35 mm equipment, Everest engineers are able to make recordings and maintain the rigid standards and excellence of quality available in the Studios.
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 wrotniak.net: Using Legacy Lenses on Digital SLRs
It means that your OM 200 mm lens, when mounted on the E-1 body, becomes equivalent to a 400 mm telephoto mounted on the OM-1; doubling your reach in wildlife applications.
The rig is equivalent to a 600 mm F/4 lens used on a 35-mm camera, except that the latter would have to be stepped down to F/8 to provide the same DOF (still, shallow enough).
While some film purists may say that only a full-size 24x36 mm sensor (N=1) may be suitable for serious applications just to keep the out-of-focus background where we need it, many users will be happy to see fewer badly-focused images of moving subjects shot with long lenses.
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 Notes on using a Minolta Scan Elite 5400 for scanning microscope slides. Comparisons with the Nikon Coolscan design.
This is a 2900 dpi 35mm film scanner and its design works well for microscope slide scanning with a homemade holder, thus avoiding the need for Nikon's own expensive microscope slide attachment.
This is particularly important for the Minolta as, unlike the Coolscan, the 35 mm slide film holder moves during scanning.
Although not tried, the recess in the 35 mm film holder allows crossed polar imaging to be carried out by temporarily mounting filters either side of the slide, as carried out successfully for the Coolscan IV (see earlier article).
www.microscopy-uk.org.uk /mag/artmay05/dwminolta.html   (1880 words)

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