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  1. Super 8 - Wittner Cinetec - Super8 Film - S8 - 16mm - Narrow Film I was surprised they had so much stuff. Cine' film must be more popular in Germany / Europe than the USA. I think this is their earlier catalog. www.wittner-kinotechnik.de: Katalog <><><><> Early porn videotape ad from 1980 with trade in scheme. DDTJRAC / VHS - BETA Print Advertising Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Archival Collection Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Small Gauge Film Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Advertising Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. VHS Video Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Popular Culture Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Audio Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Social Documentary Photography
  2. I had a collection of old 16mm films I had picked up a while back. The films were all on cores and double stacked in 35mm cans. The films were wound kinda loosely and were ready to blow. You can see the separation with the arrow. These were all multiple titles ganged up on large reels. No way to get them out of the deep 35mm cans without the centers popping out. And if you ever have popped out the core of a film, you know there is no getting the toothpaste back in the tube. In such cases a pizza peel works wonders when handling the film. An old gal was visiting me from down the street. She saw the peel and asked if I liked to bake pizza. I told her yes, but I don't do much with pizza any more since my teeth are shot. And that peel was for film anyway. My pizza peel is much smaller. I got the film collection all spread out to breath. The collection was from an old 99-year-old porn director. His ex-porn star wife in her 70's sold it to me. The film was all stored in cans in a hot CA storage unit. The VS was so bad you could smell the film across the room when you opened a can. VS is developed from a combination of heat and lack of ventilation. The gas builds up in the can and it feeds on itself once it gets going. But if you catch the film in time, you can air it out for a spell, like 6 months or a year and the smell pretty much goes away. (In many cases.) Letting the film breath does not magically cure the VS, but it slows down the decomposition a lot. There is something like 80 or 90 films in the collection. But vast majority has to be broken down from cores. Too bad I don't have a lacky intern to do the work! <><><><> Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Archival Collection Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Small Gauge Film Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Advertising Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. VHS Video Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Popular Culture Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Audio Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Social Documentary Photography
  3. Amazon.com: ProTapes Artist Tape Flatback Printable Paper Board or Console Tape, 60 yds Length x 1" Width, White (Pack of 1) PRO Tapes make the best artist tape I've used, and I've tried quite a few brands. It works great for film handling marking camera gear, boxes or plastic boxes and jars. You can tape film down or mark reels and cans. Peels off clean. I've also used it as a gaffer's tape, albeit a less durable, but still good enough option, if you need it in a pinch. Blue painter's tape is crap compared to this. Drafting tape is half-ass. Really drafting tape is many times just a thinner variety of masking tape, sometimes with less stick...sometimes not. It is a crapshoot if it will wreck the material. I trashed all my drafting tape. Artist tape comes in all sizes from 1/4 inch to 2 inches...although not all colors are in all sizes. Even so, there is a large number of colors available to allow for color coding. I use this tape for permanent marking as well. It sticks great, but it is always nice to have a clean removal option instead of digging out the acetone or 'Goof Off' and marring plastic surfaces trying to get the sticky off. But as a warning...I've only used this tape for a few years. I have not had it on something for 10 years and tried to remove it. So, this is my experience with it with that caveat. These are the kind of dispenses you use for the tape. You can buy dispensers to hold single or multi-reels of tape for up to 3 rolls. When you put the tape on, aways leave a little tab sticking up on one end that you bend around to stick on the tape. Makes removal very easy. <><><><> Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Archival Collection Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Small Gauge Film Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Advertising Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. VHS Video Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Popular Culture Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Audio Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Social Documentary Photography
  4. These are exceeding rare laboratory grade Super 8mm film cartridge opening machines! If you've ever tried to open a Super 8mm Cartridge gently when processing your own, you know what an ordeal it can be! If you have a dozen or more to open, it can be torture on you and possibly your film. This machine, which is about 10 lbs of cast aluminum, has a razor sharp blade on a circular bit under the cover. Place the Super 8mm cartridge in the aperture, close the lid, give it one revolution on the handle and you have a perfectly cut circle in the side of the cartridge to gently extract your film! Fantastic shape! Almost like new! $250 USD (willing to entertain offers as well) to me via Paypal or USPS Money Order + actual shipping cost to you. Made by Kodak for Kodak Super 8mm cartridges; what more can you ask for? Thanks for looking!
  5. Ediquip 1976 Film Editing Equipment Catalog https://photographysgoldenage.wordpress.com/2018/09/04/ediquip-1976-catalog/
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