Film Care in the Telecine Age

Haig, R. N.
May 1989
Image Technology;May1989, Vol. 71 Issue 5, p184
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the advantages of using motion picture films and their proper handling practices. It claims that films are excellent for origination purposes due to their superior resolving power compared to video tapes. It likewise adds that high costs and standards of film production have induced the maximum possible care for the negative and print films. Moreover, it discusses about film lubrication, scratch treatment, and proper film storage.


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