Share This Page. Thread Tools. Feb 14, 1. Messages: 1, My mother in law is scanning some family slides Kodachrome, of course , and I was surprised to see mounts with no date markings. Does anyone know when Kodak started automatically date marking slides? Feb 14, 2.
All about slides and different types of slides
This slide is an original Kodak processed Kodachrome in most cases – exceptions will be noted that is an extra from my collection. Most All slides are well exposed and sharp, and the scans are as the slide is…no Photoshop touching up, dust spot removal, etc. Those that are not are offered anyways for modeling or historical research purposes. The scan is low rez and is not a true indicator of the quality.
Using any available information on the date that an image was created, along with Kodak manufactures cellulose nitrate x-ray film; – Kodachrome slide.
I have to keep in mind some of you reading this may have never even touched a roll of film in your life! One of the choices you had to make when picking out a box of film was how many exposures you wanted. Usually they came in divisibles of 12 — so 12, 24 or 36 images or exposures were most popular. Okay, so now we are back to those funny little numbers that are usually printed somewhere on your old slides. Thanks for keeping up.
These numbers represent what frame from the roll of film is inside this slide mount. Magnified view of the exposure number 24 at the top left edge of a slide developed in Now, this number could seemingly be irrelevant to many now that we are moving along in the digital era. Now if you are doing any of the other techniques I revealed in my file naming system and my numbering system , you may be a little upset with me for suggesting yet another thing to keep track of.
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This past summer I came into possession of my grandfather’s 15 Kodak photo slide trays. They were neatly boxed, though collecting dust, in the closet beneath the stairs at a family owned cabin in Grayling, Michigan. They had been there for at least a couple of decades. For some reason this was the summer I decided to pull them out and take a look. As I started to view these slides, with only a magnifying glass and some harsh fluorescent light, I quickly became transfixed.
Sort By: Post Date TitlePublish Date The Kodak Scanza is a basic film/slide scanner that is well made, very easy to use, and capable of producing entry-level.
Prints were developed on a sheet of photo paper, while slides were small, transparent pieces of film in a cardboard sandwich. Without this mount, the transparent film material would not be able to slide from one image to another inside a carousel or magazine when projected. A 35 mm slide can be magnified by a factor of from 35 mm to 3, mm and still maintain a crisp and detailed projected image.
The size of what you see displayed on the screen is based on the distance from the projector. The further away from the screen, the larger the 35mm Slides will display. During the 35 years of their popularity, from s to the mids, processing costs for slides to create high-quality projected images were relatively low. They were widely used to capture performances, journeys and the lives of artists and used in contexts ranging from domestic to commercial applications such as advertising, arts, fashion and industry.
No other medium could compete with the ability of slides to produce large-scale projected images of comparable excellence. Video technology, for example, could only produce a fraction of the quality. Alternative technologies such as 16 mm film involved elaborate production process. The only other format that was readily available on a similar budget, without the need of professional post-production was 8 mm film, produced for the home movie market.
Both 16 mm and 8 mm film are moving image media and hence produce a very different quality of image. Many art historians still refer to slide-based artworks as slide-tape.
Old Negative Film & Camera Formats
I ‘ve just retired and I’ve got a lot of old slides and negatives I want to digitize,” this frequent request starts. Frankly, we don’t recommend a scanner at all. Figure an hour for every roll of film on your high-end flatbed scanner or even a dedicated 35mm scanner and, well, you retired too late. If the tedium doesn’t kill you, something else will. So in the second round of the exchange, we try to explain the difference between a cheap flatbed scanner that can handle Jumbo prints and a real film scanner.
That doesn’t discourage anybody either.
MAINTENANCE: Kodak S-AV slide projectors The slide projector needs to be cleaned once a week by a trained AV technician. Date: February
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A photo slide is a specially mounted individual transparency intended for projection onto a screen using a slide projector. This allows the photograph to be viewed by a large audience at once. The most common form is the 35 mm slide, placed inside a cardboard or plastic shell for projection. Early slide projectors used a sliding mechanism to manually pull the transparency out of the side of the machine, where it could be replaced by the next image, and it is from this that we get the name “slide”.
of 35MM Kodachrome slides processed by Kodak until about the year See Notes This should help collectors date slides if for some reason the dates.
It was at that time, the fastest colour film in the world. At this time Kodak Labs were processing , , , and formats. The first image ever taken of the Earth as seen from the Moon. In November of , Kodak released a special commemorative issue of 12 shots taken on the moon. It has improved colour reproduction with better separation of subtle hues of the same colour. Kodak ceases production of its other color reversal films, although stock remained, and they continued to produce chemicals.
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Contact us: or toll free: In , Thomas Edison was experimenting with motion pictures and needed long rolls of film, 35 millimeters wide, with holes perforated on the edges so the footage could be driven by sprocket wheels. He contacted George Eastman and Kodak initially produced the film on a limited basis. Soon, 35mm film became the standard format for motion pictures. A few years later, small still cameras were manufactured to use this format.
These include converted 35mm slides of X-ray duplications resulting from the X-ray The X-ray images are identified by patient number, description and date (if.
That support may be either glass or plastic film. Glass slides are most often black-and-white, but they may be hand-tinted. While autochromes are a form of “full-color” glass slides, they are relatively rare. The opposite is true for film slides: color film slides are very common, while black-and-white are relatively infrequent. The fact that images on a slide or transparency are conventionally positive sets them apart from images on glass and film negatives.
Responsible display practices ensure the long-term preservation of collections. Light levels in the exhibition area should be kept low. Appropriate filters should be used to minimize exposure to ultraviolet light.
Kodachrome Slide Number help needed
I’m just now starting to archive all the photos my Mom has. Most of the ones we are doing now are the real old ones—her family photos and my Dad’s family photos. The problem is she can’t always narrow down the date enough to come up with a year. So that’s causing me to have a lot of photos with ’19xx-xx-xx’ as the date.
5x Kodak Ektachrome T 35mm film Slide Expired film out of date. £ £ postage. or Best Offer. Only 1 left.
Probably a stupid question for the old salts, but here goes. I am scanning over 1, “Kodachrome Transparency” color positive slides that my late father shot years ago. Luckily he hand-numbered the slides in order shot, however, at the top of most of the slides in the white paper border there are date stamps, either in ink or actual impressions in the slides, e. What are these dates? Or are they slide expiration dates? Please help. I am trying to determine if I should append the date to the slide number after each scan.
Thanks chiue! Now one more question. Sometimes there is a “C” or a “D” after the year.. That I’m not sure, my slide have T2 or T1 eg. Jun 80T2, well, to me I don’t think it is any significance, as long as I know the month and year. So sad.