Doug Palmer Posted January 29, 2022 Share Posted January 29, 2022 (edited) On 1/27/2022 at 10:39 PM, Dennis Toeppen said: Here's some 35mm 7285 (Old Ektachrome) processed as reversal: Shot in an Arri 235, which is pin-registered. There were some pretty significant registration issues, and they got worse and worse as the supply side closed in on the core. I sort of imagine the stock was just misbhaving because it had been stored frozen for more than 10 years. I should have used fresh (1/2013) stock. Watched this and felt very much there 🙄 I like static camera filming. I find this interesting because I have some 35mm Ektachrome in the freezer about 8 years old. I was wondering if by now the colour and grain could be affected, but yours looks to me unchanged and good. Don't know if you agree. The regn. issue yes is strange towards the end. I wouldn't have imagined the film would shrink like that, unless it was something else. So I'm preparing myself for similar issues maybe. However, I'd be using a non pin-registered Arri, so wondered perhaps it might cope better ? Edited January 29, 2022 by Doug Palmer Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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