From: Sam Wells (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Mar 26 2006 - 10:07:33 PST
No never shot it.
One of Kodak's commercial purpose for this film was things like sports
- think NFL Films (National Football League) - fast film good for high
frame rates - also Daylight balance is good for stadium - discharge -
> Hey I've never come across 7251 before! I would be
> popping over to NJ to try it but obviously it's a
> little far away! I was just trying to look it up in
> the kodak site. Am I right in thinking this is a
> 400asa DAYLIGHT balanced film!!!!
> It sounds preety wild! Have you shot this stuff Sam?
> What was it like? I can't quite imagaine! 400Asa
> daylight reversal film! I bet that could be put to
> some magical uses!
> What does it tend to mean in practice? Does it mean
> you can just open the curtains and film in a normal
> unlit room by daylight? Sort of an existing daylight
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