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#1 KevinP

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Posted 10 February 2013 - 02:27 PM

Hello,

I have come across some old film stock that may be slated to be discarded. I wanted to see if there might be any interest in these old emulsions.

The film is Technical Pan 2415 in 70mm format. 500 ft spools, still sealed in the original boxes and cans. This is a high-contrast, very low-grain emulsion with extended red sensitivity. The film is old, with an expiration date of 1990. I don't know exactly the storage conditions over the years, but I believe it was treated well, always remaining cool and dry.

Another emulsion is Kodak Linagraph Shellburst (2476), which is a high-contrast film with extended red sensitivity. This is in 35 mm format, 250 ft rolls, with an expiration date of 1994. These films are also still sealed in their cans.

Here are some pictures of the film boxes/cans --

Tech Pan 2415 Box: https://dl.dropbox.c...an.2415.Box.jpg

Tech Pan 2415 Can: https://dl.dropbox.c...an.2415.Can.jpg

Linagraph Shellburst Can: https://dl.dropbox.c....Shellburst.jpg

Do these old films have any use or value?

TechPan.2415.Label.jpg
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#2 Richard Tuohy

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Posted 10 February 2013 - 05:43 PM

Hi Kevin,
as an experimental filmmaker, I am interested in the Linagraph Shellburst film. I could make something interesting out of that! Are you interested in parting with these?
many thanks,
richard
ps my email is richard@nanolab.com.au
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#3 Mark Dunn

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 08:18 AM

Technical Pan is of normal contrast in the right developer. Of course it has no cine application in 70mm., but someone who still has a 70mm. back might want it for stills.
Ebay is worth a try, but don't give it away, will you? It'll be fine for years in the freezer if it's OK now, and you could clip test it.
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#4 Andries Molenaar

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 01:09 AM

I photograph using a Linhof Technika, I have a 70mm back for it and some cartridges. I have used it before and certainly would be interested in a Technical Pan roll.

 

Please inform us on the decision making :)


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#5 Brian Pritchard

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 04:40 AM

If anyone is interested I have a copy of the data sheet for Kodak 2415. Email me if you want a copy.

Brian


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#6 Brian Pritchard

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 04:42 AM

It would help if I gave an email address! 

brian (at) brianpritchard {dot} com

 

Brian


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#7 Mike Chen

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Posted 28 February 2013 - 09:47 PM

Hi,

 

Is this film still available? Am interested. Let me know...mikec19406 at yahoo dot com or 484-682-3964

 

Thanks

 

Mike


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