Kodak 5272TM Manual Do Utilizador (en)

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©Eastman Kodak Company, 1998
June 1998
 H-1-5272
TECHNICAL DATA / COLOR INTERMEDIATE FILM
EASTMAN Color Internegative II
Film 5272
 / 7272
DESCRIPTION
EASTMAN Color Internegative II Film 5272 (35 mm) and
7272 (16 mm) is a medium-speed film with excellent
image-structure characteristics and color-correction
masking. It is intended for making 35 mm or 16 mm
internegatives from reversal color originals on
EASTMAN EKTACHROME Film 7240™. This film is
balanced for printing with tungsten illumination with
suitable filters in the light path. The internegatives can then
be printed onto KODAK Color Print Film and EASTMAN
EXR Color Print Film.
BASE
This film has a clear acetate safety base with rem-jet
backing.
DARKROOM RECOMMENDATIONS
Do not use a safelight. Handle unprocessed film in total
darkness.
STORAGE
Store unexposed film at 13˚C (55˚F) or below. Process
exposed film promptly. Store processed film at 21˚C
(70˚F) or lower at a relative humidity of 40 to 50 percent
for short-term commercial storage; for long-term storage,
store it at 2 to 10˚C (35 to 50˚F) at 15- to 30-percent
humidity. For more information on long-term storage, see
KODAK Publication H-23, The Book of Film Care.
RECIPROCITY CHARACTERISTICS
You do not need to make any exposure or filter
adjustments for exposure times from 1/1000 to 1/10
second. For exposure time of either 1 or 5 seconds,
increase exposure by
1
2
 stop and use a KODAK Color
Compensating Filter 10Y.
PROCESSING
Most commercial motion-picture laboratories provide a
processing service for this film. Pre-packaged kits are also
available for preparing the processing solutions. For more
information on the EASTMAN ECN-2 Kit Chemicals,
check Kodak’s Professional Motion Imaging Price
Catalog
 or see a Kodak sales representative in your
country. See KODAK Publication No. H-24, Manual for
Processing KODAK Motion Picture Films, Process ECN-2
Specifications
, Module 7, for more information on the
solution formulas and the procedures for continuous
machine processing this film.
IDENTIFICATION
After processing, the product code numbers 5272 and
7272; emulsion and roll number identification;
EASTMAN KEYKODE Numbers; and a film
identification code (S) are visible along the length of the
film.