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3 PACK Kodak Ultramax 400 Color Print Film 36 EXP. 35MM DX 400 135-36 (108 PICS)

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Kodak Color Plus Film 36Exp./poses Film CAT 611 0076 ISO 200/24?

Relative to 2386, 3386 Film, KODAK VISION Color Print Film / 2383/3383 has less propensity to safelight fog, for both emulsion-side and back-side exposure. For wound rolls, 2383/3383 Film shows less propensity to edgefog from excessive safelight illumination.

For prints intended for projection with xenon arc projectors, the Laboratory Aim Densities for KODAK VISION Color Print Film / 2383/3383 corresponding to a 1.00 density visual gray are:

KODAK VISION Color Print Film / 2383, 3383

  • KODAK Color Negative Film LAD / 35 and 16 mm
  • Kodak Portra Color Film (ISO 160) 120-5pk

    RMS Granularity is measured by scanning a series of uniformly exposed density steps using a microdensitometer having a 48 micrometre diameter aperture, and measuring the relative "noise" caused by the grain structure of the film at each density. The Granularity (Sigma D x 1000) is plotted as a function of the Relative Log Exposure, along with a plot of the densities (sensitometric curve) of the film. The emulsion granularity of KODAK VISION Color Print Film / 2383/3383 is similar to that of 2386, 3386 Film.

    The printer setup for KODAK VISION Color Print Film / 2383/3383 is similar to EASTMAN EXR Color Print Film 2386, 3386, with little or no change required.