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How film is made.
Old 05-12-2011   #1
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How film is made.

Found this interesting.
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That was really awesome.
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Old 05-13-2011   #3
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Very cool links, deserving a bump.
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Thanks for the link!

Anyone know what the camera is at 8:55-8:56 ? Loading film seem so easy.




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Looks almost like my Avatar - which is a Brownie Starflash
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That is great, really makes me appreciate what I have in my m
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silver price tripled for the last three years and no sign of abating, I guess the film price will soar through the sky.
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Old 05-15-2011   #8
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Quote:
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Looks almost like my Avatar - which is a Brownie Starflash
so it does, thanks for the quick ID! It's a cool looking camera. I'm a little puzzled about the 127 film....though maybe the question belongs in another thread...
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silver price tripled for the last three years and no sign of abating.......
Major market readjustment for silver a few weeks back. It dropped from about $48.00 USD/ounce to about $34.00 USD/ounce.

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If you really want to know how film is made, buy this book:

http://www.makingkodakfilm.com/

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Excellent! I love this!
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Thanks for the link. Enjoyed it.
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I found it very interesting, too.
Bummer though that it's in Dutch.
Don't get me wrong, I do speak some Dutch and understand it quite well.
But it would've been nice to have the whole thing in its originality (some of the infographics are in English).

On a somewhat related note, I find it odd that it's actually dubbed. The Dutch rather have a reputation for using subtitles instead of re-recording voices (e.g. in the cinema, tv series).
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this link made my (sun)day! Lovely film! Thanks 4 sharing
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