[tig] "Light Struck" Leader (5302)
john.pytlak at kodak.com
Fri Jul 25 20:21:45 BST 2003
Rob Lingelbach asked:
Thu, 24 Jul 2003 12:38:44 -0700
From: Rob Lingelbach <rob at colorist.org>
To: Telecine Internet Group <tig at colorist.org>
Subject: [tig] light-struck
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
colorist, tig coadmin, etc.
"Light Struck" leader usually refers to unprocessed EASTMAN Fine Grain
Release Positive Film 5302. The emulsion is a cream color, and slowly
darkens with exposure to intense light. Many like it because it is an
actual film product with carefully controlled finishing parameters. But
being a print film, it normally has print film perfs and is long pitch.
Here is the ESTAR base version:
Kodak subsidiary FPC also carries a full line of leaders:
Hope this helps.
John P. Pytlak
Senior Technical Specialist
Customer Technical Services
Research Labs, Building 69, Room 7525A
Eastman Kodak Company
Rochester, New York 14650-1922 USA
Telephone: +1 585 477 5325
Cell: +1 585 781 4036
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e-mail: john.pytlak at kodak.com
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