From: ben d (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Sep 22 2006 - 00:53:16 PDT
Does anyone think it would be economically viable to have a bulk amount of
print stock cut down and perfed if a lab was willing to print based on
pre-orders? Would the 35 or 16 printstocks work if they were cut down?Even
if cost was higher i'd be happy to share it and stop projecting my camera
ben & hungry ghost
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It could have been historical examinations, theory, essay, memoirs. It could
have been the film I am making at this moment." - Guy Debord
>From: Andreas Wideroe Andersen <email suppressed>
>Reply-To: Experimental Film Discussion List <email suppressed>
>To: email suppressed
>Subject: Re: super-8 prints
>Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2006 09:14:03 +0200
>Frank at the S8 reversal lab in the Netherlands has the equipment needed
>and used to do this, but he stopped because there's no print film left.
>At 01:51 22.09.2006, you wrote:
>>There is the place in the Netherlands and I think some
>>place in Minn., but I am not sure what that is about
>>because there is no print stock, so they might come
>>--- ev petrol <email suppressed> wrote:
>> > howya all & apologies for going over old ground -
>> > I searched the archive, seems bleak ... but did
>> > anyone come up with a place for making copies of
>> > super-8 prints? (tri-x original) ... or is it 16 or
>> > nothing?
>> > thanks! moira t
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