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May 1, 2017
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Kodak vision 3 35mm film in Pentax 67 camera

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Your girls are much bigger now! So nice to see them again. 

Tell us more about experiment part. 

May 11, 2017
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Oksana, Here is the process.

Photos shot on Kodak vision 3 500t (500iso) motion picture film 35mm. (The photo shows a reel of 200t film, I have a few of those some 200iso some 500iso :))

I got an adapter for my Pentax 67 camera that basically let you load 35mm film in to medium format camera. (photo below shows process from bulk loading film to film canisters to loading it in to medium format camera)

In this camera 6×7 exposure plane on 35mm film gives aprox. 2 frames of 35mm exposed creating a panorama image without needing to stitch. 

Kodak vision 3 film cannot be developed at your normal film lab even tho it is standard c41 process. The reason is, there is an special layer on non emulsion side of the film (most people call it rem jet layer) which protects the film when it is running through film camera at 24fps from over heating and scratching (I don’t know if you can see in the picture the film is almost black, thats how you can tell it has that layer on). Before being developed, first it goes through a process of removing that layer by going through water jets washing it away. If used in a normal c41 machine it gunks up the rollers and ruins the chemistry. When developing at home its not much problem just an extra step of removing rem jet layer ether before or after normal development in c41 chemistry. I use Unicolor C41 kit for all my color film.

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Here is another photo taken with the same method, its in a back of my office at work.

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May 12, 2017
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This is so cool! I didn’t know you can do it. Thank you so much for sharing! Nice image also. 

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