Thu Jul 24 20:46:31 BST 2003
I use 7302 & 5302 which is Kodak Fine Grain Release Positive Film according to the can. It's been called "light struck" because it's exposed print stock I believe. Perhaps this is "over-kill" but it's what I've always used as seems inexpensive enough. The white "leader" that Kodak sells is more brittle and some folks call it "painted leader" I believe. I also think that the Print stocks are cheaper than the stuff Kodak calls and sells as leader. 7302/5302 holds sharpie well to IF you write on the Emulsion side!
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On Thursday, July 24, 2003, Rob Lingelbach <rob at colorist.org> wrote:
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>I like to use as leader on rolls of negative "light-struck"
>film, which is the term i used to use to order it. It is
>grayish-white acetate film that behaves nicely in use for
>leader on negative. Could someone enlighten me about how it
>is made and from what base stock?
>thanks in advance
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