******************Kodak 5234 duplicated Film Our Story!***************
5234 is use for duplicate usage, so the film speed is only 6. Yes, ISO 6, very slow!
we tried iso 6, iso 12, iso 25. And we developed with D72, D76, D96. all above is ok!
If you tried 5222 before, all 5234 development parameter total the same as 5222! Movie Production company tell us all process is the same. So If you push to iso 12 or 25 the dev time and temperature is the same as 5222 doubleX push to 400 and 800 as your experience.
=== Official Introduction of Kodak EASTMAN Super Fine Grain duplicating Panchromatic Black & White Negative Film 5234 ===
EASTMAN Super Fine Grain Duplicating Panchromatic Negative Film 5234 is characterized by very high sharpness. They have panchromatic sensitivity. These low-speed, black-and-white films are designed for making duplicate negatives from master positives, or internegatives from reversal originals. When used with EASTMAN Fine Grain Duplicating Positive Film 5366/7366, they produce negatives nearly equal to the original negative in tone rendering and printing detail.
5234 Film has a gray acetate safety base. The back side of the base contains an anti-static layer with a carnauba wax lubricant.
============== Motion picture films ==========
The films made for motion pictures must be capable of being enlarged and projected on the big screen on the cinema, therefore there are strict requirement for the quality and tolerance of the films made for movie industry. Negative films for motion picture have super tolerances of about /- 15EV, therefore even 500D/500T (with very high light sensitivity) films have very fine pigments.
The color tone for motion picture negative films is different compare to color negative films. If you haven't tried motion picture negative films, why not try and see ?! You will certainly find yourself addicted to filming motion picture negative films!
=========== What is hand-roll bulked film? ===========
All the films sold by us are the films made for making motion pictures and are hand-rolled in to canisters. They are suitable for used in a 135mm camera and comes in 36 exposures in one canister. We've tested our hand-rolled films in local market and respond is great. So we can garantee our hand-rolled films is scratch-free and fresh to shoot.
The Bulk film loader counter runs from S to S. Usually if using most film camera could shoot 35-36 exp. If use Auto Film Loading/Advancing camera could shoot down to 33-34 exp due to camera design.
Due to the film been manually packaged into canister, the light-sensitivity marking (DX-Code) on the canister may not be accurate. Therefore, we suggest that you use the ISO-selectable camera for the film, or DIY modify the DXcode on the canister.
=========== Our Film Stock Quality ===========
The number of film used for motion picture industry reduces hugely through out the years as majority of film making resources have been cut. All of film sold by us are kept in a huge film freezer under -10 degrees C so customers can purchase and use with a ease of mind.
============== Film Shipping Notice ==========
|ATTENTION : We will label "CAUTION: FILM, PLEASE DO NOT X-RAY" on the package while shipping, and in our experience, ASA/ISO lower 400 are not affected by the security X-RAY. However, please purchase at own consideration.|
====== Black & White Motion picture Negative films Development Knowledge ==========
B/W Movie Film Dev cart
|Film||Developer||Dilution Ratio||ASA/ISO||Develop Time(min)||Temp|
|D-96||stock||250 (200)||6.5||21C||Info provided by photographer online.|
|D-96||stock||250 (200)||6.5||20C||Info. provided by photographer online.|
|Xtol||stock||250 (200)||7||20C||tungsten 200, daylisght 250|
Refer to 5222 data
|Dektol (D-72)||stock||6||5||24C||Continuous shaking for first 60 second, then shake for 5 secs per min.|
5234 Kodak Develop Information
The same as 5222 (info. provided by some postproduction company in Taiwan)
Information Reference: http://www.digitaltruth.com select Eastman Double-X
|Add water to 1Liter|
Information Reference: A website by some experienced photographer.
35mm / 36 exp / Kodak Eastman Fine Grain B&W Duplicating Panchromatic Negative Film (5234)
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