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#1 Andrew Means

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Posted 07 October 2006 - 02:58 PM

[newbie question] What do the letters signify on these films? [/newbie question]
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#2 Anthony Schilling

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Posted 07 October 2006 - 03:02 PM

100D, 200T and 64T... D is for daylight balanced, T is for tungston balanced.
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Posted 07 October 2006 - 03:14 PM

It's shorthand for how much money you need to spend to get a decent telecine from this stock.
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Posted 07 October 2006 - 06:09 PM

It's shorthand for how much money you need to spend to get a decent telecine from this stock.


Please clarify...

Thanks.
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#5 Andrew Means

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Posted 07 October 2006 - 06:10 PM

So, with Kodak only making 64K (by the way, what's the K stand for- Ektachrome?), Tri-x, Plus-x, 200T, and 500T, who's making 100D? I know pro8mm and a few other folks *sell* it, but who manufactures it?
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Posted 07 October 2006 - 06:36 PM

So, with Kodak only making 64K (by the way, what's the K stand for- Ektachrome?), Tri-x, Plus-x, 200T, and 500T, who's making 100D? I know pro8mm and a few other folks *sell* it, but who manufactures it?


Its actually 64T - there's no such thing as 64K - and again the 'T' is for Tungsten - meaning its balanced for tungsten or balanced close to artificial light.

Tri-x, Plus-x - I belive though could mistaken are simply their names.

100D Negative or 100D Ektachrome? The 100D Ektachrome is manufactured by kodak for 16mm and 35mm and mabye someday for super 8.


It's shorthand for how much money you need to spend to get a decent telecine from this stock.

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Edited by Andy_Alderslade, 07 October 2006 - 06:36 PM.

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#7 Gary Lemson

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Posted 07 October 2006 - 06:41 PM

...but who manufactures it?


I've only found 100D under the name Cine Chrome in double 8 form. There's no indication on the film can who makes it. I'll see if I can find out.
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Posted 08 October 2006 - 05:13 AM

Perhaps you are confusing E64T with K40T (Ektachrome 64 Tungsten and Kodachrome 40 Tungsten).

E64T, 100D, and V2 200T are all Kodak stocks although 100D is only available reperfed to Super 8, Kodak is apparently thinking about perfing and carting it themselves (hopefully soon).

E64T and 100D might be cheaper to telecine because they are reversal films and could more easily be handled by a workprinter or other cheaper method (like filming off the wall).
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