Kodak SO-366 Slide Duplicating Film.

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by Some Dude, Dec 10, 2004.

  1. Some Dude

    Some Dude Guest

    Anyone ever use this stuff back in the day? I just got a ton of rolls
    and want to play with it. Can anyone bring me up to speed on this
    film? I've Googled but haven't found much. I'm primarily curious as
    to whats ON/IN it- such as the gooey remjet on the K-14 KP40.

    Thanks!

    Cheers,
    -sd
    http://www.zoom.sh
     
    Some Dude, Dec 10, 2004
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  2. Some Dude

    John Walton Guest

    It's just regular E6 Process -- I have about 5 rolls left -- I used to buy
    it by the brick since the filtration would change and you would have to
    "retitrate" every roll -- I start with the recommended filter pack and ring
    around an entire roll using a Fuji step wedge slide, send it out and decide
    which looks best.
     
    John Walton, Dec 10, 2004
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  3. Some Dude

    Mike King Guest

    The "SO" films were originally special order. SO-366 was balanced for
    daylight or electronic flash while Kodak's standard dupe film at that time
    was balance for tungsten light and the long roll "Sickles" type duplicator.
    It was lower in contrast than an in-camera type film and pretty easy to use.
    As I recall they made another "SO" optimized for Kodachrome dupes at one
    time.
     
    Mike King, Dec 11, 2004
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  4. Some Dude

    Some Dude Guest

    Whats the EI on this stuff?

    I'm going to do a reversal on this and do some chemistry fun with it
    in the darkroom.

    Also I've come across a hundred rolls of Kodak P1600. time for more
    fun. I know enough about it, I found a datasheet on it but still
    unsure the exposure latitude if anyone knows..



    Cheers,
    -sd
    http://www.zoom.sh
     
    Some Dude, Dec 11, 2004
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  5. Some Dude

    Mike King Guest

    Pretty slow, not a problem when used for it's intended use, but start at
    around EI 2 to EI 25 for your first test roll and bracket.
     
    Mike King, Dec 13, 2004
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