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Early Eastman Film
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I would be very pleased to be put in contact  with anyone who has detailed knowledge of the Eastman stripping film (AKA American Film) that became available in 1885. I research principally into the…Continue

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Peter Domankiewicz replied to Peter Domankiewicz's discussion Early Eastman Film
"Thanks so much for this contact, Michael. I've checked him out and if anyone should know, he should. I shall get in touch with him."
May 4
Michael Pritchard replied to Peter Domankiewicz's discussion Early Eastman Film
"Robert Shanebrook might be a good start: http://www.makingkodakfilm.com/"
Apr 28
Peter Domankiewicz replied to Peter Domankiewicz's discussion Eastman Stripping Film
"I feel sure that someone in this community knows something about Eastman stripping film and early celluloid - or knows someone who does. I'd be very grateful if you could get in touch, even if just to point me in the right direction. Thanks"
Apr 28
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Eastman Stripping Film

I would be very pleased to be put in contact  with anyone who has detailed knowledge of the Eastman stripping film (AKA American Film) that became available in 1885. I research principally into the very beginnings of motion picture technology 1880-1896. Many of the pioneers used rolls of paper negative and stripping films in their experiements and I want to know more about the issues this would have presented.I have struggled to find images of negatives from stripping film, whether stripped or…See More
Feb 24

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