From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jun 22 2006 - 10:15:23 PDT
i really loved my footage that came back w/ blue streaks and blobs
the color of the blue is so amazing
On 6/22/06, Freya <email suppressed> wrote:
> > Of note: often when I ordered super 8 stock from
> > Widescreen in London, the
> > cartridges would have registration problems.
> > Something to do with the core,
> > which made audible grinding noises. It was the
> > darndest thing. Never
> > happened before or since. Don't know if the stock we
> > get in America is being
> > made in France or not. Maybe it was just a random
> > bad batch.
> Kodak had a real problem at one stage with jittery
> carts apparently. Sometimes it would be accompanied by
> the blue streaks etc as well. So perhaps if you were
> shooting the jittery film batches at the time you were
> using switzerland then perhaps it was the bad carts
> rather than the processing that was causing your
> I think Kodak arranged to have new dies made for the
> cartridges or something in the end, but whatever they
> did, the jittery cartridges went away. :)
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