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120 Perforation Repeat Edgeprint Format
For EASTMAN 65mm Camera and Intermediate Film
- Interval Between Main KEYKODE Numbers Increased From 80- to 120-Perforations.
- Facilitates the development of software programs for accurate electronic editing in all 65mm formats.
- Two Intermediate KEYKODE Numbers Offset 40- and 80- Perforations From The Main Keykode Number.
- An aid in matching short scenes which may not include the main key number.
- Larger (Full-Size) Human-Readable Intermediate Key Numbers.
- Easier to read on original and intermediate films. More legible on 35mm printdown workprint. Along with +40 and +80 perf designators, the two alpha-characters preceding the key number are half size to further indicate these are intermediate key numbers.
- Frame-Reference Marker (Key) Added For 8-Perf Format.
- A new reference symbol for quickly locating the frame lines of dark scenes shot in the 8-perf format. (An addition to the dash and plus symbols currently used to reference frame lines on 5-, 10-, and 15-perf formats.
- New Manufacturer Identification Code -22.
- Allows readers and software to automatically recognize the new edgeprint format and accurately record KODAK KEYKODE Numbers from the new and the current film, even when intercut.
- New Printer Number Sequence -91 And -92.
- Printer numbers (first two digits of the key number) for the new edgeprint will be 91 or 92. Printer numbers for current EASTMAN 65mm film are 01 or 02. On a negative cut list, the different numbers will quickly identify the edgeprint format of the film.
- Strip Number Added To The Manufacturer's Information.
- Provides further identification for any given roll of 65mm film.