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This must have been the second roll to go through the minilab as the remjet layer of the film is more pronounced on this roll. What a difference between the 5247 and the 5248!

fartstorm This photo was shot on film. Taken by fartstorm with a Canon EOS Series loaded with Eastman 5247 Motion Picture Film film in Toronto, Canada. These tags describe this photo: ecn-ii, c41, stock, picture, motion, layer, and remjet. Date: 2013-04. This photo can also be found in the album Eastman 5247 @ 10 iso With C-41 Soup.

3 comments

  1. sebastianbae

    sebastianbae

    what is remjet?

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  2. fartstorm

    fartstorm

    @sebastianbae It's an anti-halation layer that gets scrubbed off in the motion picture (ECN-II) process. Search about online... I found a decent explanation here: http://photo.net/fil(…)orum/009eqD

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  3. sebastianbae

    sebastianbae

    thanks very much sir!

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