[Tig] Weird 16mm black/white neg 7222 problem (CARL)

Skip Elsheimer avgeeks at gmail.com
Sat Nov 3 22:57:43 GMT 2012


Is this what happened with some of the footage in Tron?

On Sat, Nov 3, 2012 at 6:47 PM, <videogenie at aol.com> wrote:

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> > I have a feeling that it might be that the film built up some static
> > electricity either in the camera or darkroom that caused tiny spark that
> > exposed the film. I don't know. Maybe a far fetched answer.
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>  Carl I had a similar problem long ago and far away.. it was the feed reel
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> the reel was made of steel and it was building up a magnetic field that
> was dispersing right before the gate where the ionized air nozzle
> was blowing charged air across the film.. you said no matter how far
> fetched.. this problem took us almost a complete shift
> to figure out.. Hope this helps
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