Kodak VISION3 250D Color Negative Film #7207 (16mm, 100' Roll)

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Kodak VISION3 250D Color Negative Film #7207 (16mm, 100' Roll)
Key Features
  • Daylight-Balanced Color Neg. Movie Film
  • Exposure Index of 250 in Daylight
  • Expanded Highlight Latitude
  • Dye Layering Technology
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Kodak VISION3 250D is a medium-speed, daylight-balanced movie film characterized by a fine grain structure, broad dynamic range, and the flexible nominal sensitivity of a 250-speed index. It has a wide exposure latitude with exceptional highlight control for working in a variety of lighting conditions and also maintains accurate notably color reproduction with vivid skin tones. Advanced Dye Layering Technology (DLT) is also used to reduce the appearance of grain in the shadows for cleaner detailing and clarity when working in low-light. 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 250D 7207 Overview

Kodak VISION3 250D is a medium-speed, daylight-balanced movie film characterized by a fine grain structure, broad dynamic range, and the flexible nominal sensitivity of a 250-speed index. It has a wide exposure latitude with exceptional highlight control for working in a variety of lighting conditions and also maintains accurate notably color reproduction with vivid skin tones. Advanced Dye Layering Technology (DLT) is also used to reduce the appearance of grain in the shadows for cleaner detailing and clarity when working in low-light. 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 100' roll of 16mm color negative movie film for process in ECN-2 chemistry. It is perforated on one edge (Winding B) and wound on an R-90 spool for use in-camera, for making optical prints, or for bidirectional printing.

Kodak 250D 7207 Specs

Film Format16 mm
Film TypeColor Negative
Film SpeedISO 250 at 5500K
ISO 64 at 3200K with Wratten Filter 80A
Roll Length100' / 30.48 m
Color BalanceDaylight
Spool/Core TypeR-90 Spool
PerforationSingle
WindingB
Film BaseAcetate
Film ProcessingECN-2
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.42 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.9 x 3.9 x 1"
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