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Saku Paavilainen

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  1. What was the dynamic range of color film negatives used in the 70's like? If I'm correct newer film negatives can have a dynamic range up to 14 stops. What about in the 70's? For example, how did Eastman Color Negative 5254, 5247 or Fujis 8517 perform at this department?
  2. Does anyone have datasheets or other data on Eastman Color Negative 5254 or Eastman Color Negative 5247? Also data on other 35mm negative films used in the 1970's would be appreciated.
  3. I understand that I wouldn't be able to make the look exactly how it should be. The important thing, as far as my thesis goes, is that I can tell how to get as close as possible.
  4. I'm a student at Karelia -university in Finland. I'm writing my thesis on "How to make digital video look like it was shot on film in the 70's". My thesis aims to answer questions like 'why did movies look the way they did in the 70's', 'why and how does deteriorated film look' and 'how can you achieve that look with modern tools'. I focus on the post-production part. If you could answer one or more of the following questions, I'd be most grateful. Or if you know a book or a website (other than Wikipedia) which deals with these subjects, that could help too. 1. How were the colors of the
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