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    How adjustments have films?

    Please how the notches on the top edge have which films?
    for example: two triangle notches have which film?
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    Re: How adjustments have films?

    sorry after posting of this I found wiki page with list of Notch Codes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notch_code)
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    Re: How adjustments have films?

    Lachlan.

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    Re: How adjustments have films?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lachlan 617 View Post
    this i tried, but with no effect

    i have three films what i don't know, what's type...
    1)
    notches are the same as PORTRA 160VC, but portra have big notch with edges and small rounded - i have both with edges
    was in holder mark "CN"
    and on side have sheet small mark "61 KODAK"

    2)
    notches are the same as EKTACHROME E100VS or EKTACHROME 64, but them have small notch with edges or triangle - i small notch rounded
    was in holder mark "DIA"

    3)
    notches are two trinagles and the gap between them is 1cm
    i guess that can be KODAK TMAX 100 or KODAK Royal Pan. Both have triangles with gap.

    ilustration pics: http://www.kodak.com/global/en/profe...Pubs/f3/f3.pdf

    I investigate it because it is altogether about 90 sheets, and that's quite enough.
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    Re: How adjustments have films?

    CN= Color Negative

    DIA=DIApositive (or transparency film)

    (just a guess...)

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