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Printing Color Negative with a Bolex

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12 hours ago, alexandre favre said:


I would like to print VISION3 200T Color Negative Film 5213/7213 with a Bolex.  Using the Bolex camera as a contact printer. See article from the Bolex reporter below.

Michael Carter is doing this with Black and White films as explained in the video below.

12 hours ago, alexandre favre said:

Richard Tuohy wrote in this forum:

"With a normal bolex you would wind max 50 feet of meg with the same amount of print stock with the emulsion to emulsion. Note, start with the neg head out. It will end up tail out after preparing it with print stock. Load bipacked roll into camera. Take off lens. Point camera at a bright light bouncing off a white wall. Develop film. If it's too light or too dark change the camera speed and repeat."


12 hours ago, alexandre favre said:

Is it possible to print the film directly to the print stock KODAK VISION Color Print Film / 2383/3383? How sensitive is this film?


Thank you




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