I've been getting my dailies for my short film done by FotoKem and I plan to do a supervised 2K scan of the conformed negative when it's done.
I'm located in New York City, so I'd like to do the post-work with DuArt. Not only are they local, but I've been dealing with them for some time, now. DuArt closed up its film processing facilities awhile ago, but I always prefer to have at least a 16mm answer print that I can project if I need/want to. So here's my question...
Is there some way DuArt would be able to output a digital timing strip (if such a thing even exists) that I would then be able to send to FotoKem to create an answer print? Or would the gamma most likely be off due to the fact that I'm dealing with two different mediums?
Obviously, I'm trying to avoid flying out to Burbank simply to supervise the transfer. I've e-mailed DuArt about this, but any responses/experiences/suggestions would be appreciated.