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Re: Extreme techniques... some questions
- To: Craig Leffel <acleffel at mindspring.com>
- Subject: Re: Extreme techniques... some questions
- From: verploeg at eznet.net
- Date: Fri, 13 Jun 1997 16:00:06 -0400
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On Sat, 07 Jun 1997, Craig Leffel <acleffel at mindspring.com> wrote:
>Anyone know a lab that will process Infrared Black and White 35mm ( I don't
>know the motion picture stock number) Anyone know what the minimum amount of
>footage Kodak will sell is? What the minimum amount the lab will process?
Kodak High Speed Infrared Film 2481
Cat. # 160 4149 (Estar Base) HIE417, 35mm x 150 FT. B&H perf.
Nominal E.I. without filter: 80. Minimum order: one roll (50 units/case).
This film is also available 16mm x 450 Ft., but only as a special order.
Minimum order: 75 rolls; 4-6 week manufacturing time required.
Tech data sheet available by calling Kodak Information Center: 800-242-2424.
If you still need lab info, let me know and I'll check further.
Don Ver Ploeg
Consultant for Kodak PMI
** thanks to Alan Thatcher and Grace & Wild Studios for
contributing to the TIG in 1997
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