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  1. Shot my first short film this last Summer. It took two and a half days and went really really well + the weather was excellent! Editing took a while as my experience is very limited, but learned a lot from it 🙂 Hope you all enjoy it! (Shot with my Eclair ACL and on Eastman Kodak Double X 7222 film)
  2. Hello all, I'm not familiar with this forum's etiquette, so please feel free to correct me if starting a new thread is unnecessary. I thought I would start a dedicated thread for this topic, as I previously commented on another member's post and not all of my thoughts/questions were germane to her/his native post. So, please forgive any repeated thoughts! I have a few questions regarding shooting on 7222. Throughout my searches, I've been observing mixed responses in regards to how problematic the lack of rem-jet backing on the film is for shooting on the SR3. Some say that the reflective
  3. Hello, Im selling five (5) sealed 16mm reels: 2 x Vision 3 250D (7207), 3 x Eastman Double-X (7222). Stored in a refrigerator. Price for all reels with postage worldwide - 150 EUR. I will send from Lithuania. Payment via Paypal. Thanks
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