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Kodak 7266 (Super-8) developed as negative

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Uploaded on Mar 31, 2009

Shot this mainly to test a Sankyo Super CM 400 acquired at the flea market and decided I didn't want to send it off. I stuffed 25-foot sections of the film into a 2-reel daylight 35mm tank (minus reels) and processed it exactly the same as a 35mm negative (6.5 minutes or so in D-76, temperature unknown, had been sitting in my room in a Dr Pepper bottle). Looks better than it has any right to!

I think the camera read the cartridge as 100-speed daylight (actually 200). The overexposure seems to have compensated for the loss of speed when the film is processed as negative. The image seems to be a little grainier but it has lower contrast which gave me a better telecine (crappy DV camera.) Image was inverted after telecine.

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