print film

print film

[′print ‚film]
(graphic arts)
A fine-grain, high-resolving-power, yellow-dyed positive photographic film used for continuous contact printing.
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Description procurement subject or its parts (if the customer provides the submission of price proposals for parts), including their relevant technical and other parameters: Fotoplastynkt and film, instant print film, photographic
a manufacturer and supplier of labels and labeling machinery, has been awarded certification to print film labels for product companies that require a Graphic Measures International (GMI) designation.
The AgfaPhoto product lines being distributed by Ferrania USA will include AgfaPhoto Vista 35mm color print film ISO 100, 200, 400 available in 12, 24, and 36 exposures.
The main business run by the company is to produce films and TV programs, provide film and TV equipment rental service, process and print film copies, design advertisement, produce and distribute video and audio products, organize performance etc.
The cost saving for converters is in being able to print film 200 or 500 feet a minute faster," McClure explains.
At the heart of its system is Fuji Smartfilm, color print film in 100, 200 and 400 speeds.
This voucher may be used to obtain a Free Extra set of Prints on any 35mm colour print film.
is supporting the rollout of its Super G color print film with an introductory price on its all-purpose 200-speed film.
Tenders are invited for photographic plates and film, instant print film; Photochemicals photographic and unmixed material (photographic plates and flat film, sensitized, unexposed, of any material; instant print film for flat, sensitized, unexposed (except paper, cardboard or tissue) 20.
The camera comes preloaded with a 27-exposure roll of Ferrania 35mm FG400 speed color print film.
The company also has developed new packaging for its Scotch Color and Scotch Chrome film, which features the Scotch globe on a horizontal gold background for print film and on silver for slide film.
Since the inception of the Academy Awards in 1928, Kodak has played a vital role in filmmaking, with color negative film, print film, sound film - and in more recent times with advances in digital post-production work and new color science technologies.