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roll film

[′rōl ‚film]
(graphic arts)
A long strip of plastic material with a sensitive emulsion on one side and a layer of gelatin on the other; the gelatin layer reduces the tendency of the base material to curl; the film is attached to opaque backing paper that protects the film from light before and after it is exposed in the camera.
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Attempting to provide the filmgoer an ideal concert experience, one unattainable in real life, Ladies and Gentlemen is more completely spectacle than any previous rock 'n' roll film, the one that most entirely presents itself as a cinematic surrogate for a concert.
A functional roll film is a transparent plastic film with a barrier layer, which is an inorganic oxide layer that can be wound on a roll without cracking.
By "professional," he's referring to black-and-white film processing and printing by hand, on-site 120 and 220 roll film and 4- by-5-inch sheet film processing, 8-by-10-inch contact sheets, full E-6 processing, slide mounting and duplicating, and enlargements to 30-by-40 inches.
In addition to speed, the scanner also offers a number of time-saving accessories including the redesigned Slide Feeder (SF-210) and Roll Film Adapter (SA-30) to accommodate a variety of slide mounts and uncut film.
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They elected to address the medium format market, which uses 120/220 roll film and better serves professional landscape and architectural photography, with the Alpa 12.
The systems both utilize interchangeable film carriers that allow users to scan traditional 16mm film, as well as other formats, including microfiche, jackets, 35mm roll film and aperture cards.
A good example offered by Ferrania Imaging Technologies gives consumers "12 Free Exposures" on specially marked single roll film packages.
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Instead, EZload roll film is used to increase production speed, save preparation time and minimize costly labor expense.
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