Kodak VISION3 50D Color Negative Film #7203 (16mm, 400' Roll, Single Perf)

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Kodak VISION3 50D Color Negative Film #7203 (16mm, 400' Roll, Single Perf)
Key Features
  • Daylight-Balanced Color Neg. Movie Film
  • Exposure Index of 50 in Daylight
  • Expanded Highlight Latitude
  • Fine Grain and Sharpness
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Kodak VISION3 50D is a low-speed daylight-balanced color negative movie film characterized by its ability to record a wide dynamic range with increased highlight sensitivity. It has an exposure index of 50 when shot in daylight conditions and its fine grain structure contributes to notably high image sharpness. As part of the VISION3 series of movie films, this stock has high archival stability and is well-suited to digital post-production processes.
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Kodak 50D 7203 Overview

Kodak VISION3 50D is a low-speed daylight-balanced color negative movie film characterized by its ability to record a wide dynamic range with increased highlight sensitivity. It has an exposure index of 50 when shot in daylight conditions and its fine grain structure contributes to notably high image sharpness. As part of the VISION3 series of movie films, this stock has high archival stability and is well-suited to digital post-production processes.

This item is one 400' roll of 16mm color negative movie film for process in ECN-2 chemistry. It is perforated on one edge (Winding B) and wound on a Type T core for use in-camera, for making optical prints, or for bidirectional printing.

Kodak 50D 7203 Specs

Film Format16 mm
Film TypeColor Negative
Film SpeedISO 50 at 5500K
ISO 12 at 3200K with Wratten Filter 80A
Roll Length400' / 121.92 m
Color BalanceDaylight
Spool/Core TypeType T Core
PerforationSingle
WindingB
Film BaseAcetate
Film ProcessingECN-2
Unexposed Storage Temperature55°F / 13°C (Less Than 6 Months)
0 to -10°F / -18 to -23°C (More Than 6 Months)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.9 x 6.6 x 1"
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When does this film generally expire? Also where ...

When does this film generally expire? Also where on the actual can/box does it say the expiration date because I've looked on both 100' daylight spools and 400' mags and can't find any expiration date.
Asked by: Jordan
We sell film that will be good for at least 6 months or we note on the sales page that it's close dated and give the expiry date. You'd need to contact Kodak for the expiration date location as it may be either on the box or on the tape that is used to seal the canister: https://bit.ly/2RIKQ3F
Answered by: Yoni
Date published: 2020-09-21

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Is the Type-T core that this film comes on suitable for use in an Arriflex SR3 or Aaton Xtera super 16 camera?
Asked by: Anonymous
i think it will fit in the mags for the arri but i think the AAton takes special 200' spools doesn't it? i think kodak was making some special for the aaton
Answered by: rick h.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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