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April 14, 2009
NEW KODAK STOCK PROMISES CLEANER TRANSFERS The new release is designed to retain the richness in colors and contrast that are characteristic of Kodak Vision3 technology, with more details in the extreme highlight areas. The film also incorporates proprietary Advanced Dye-Layering Technology (DLT), which renders finer grain images in underexposed areas and produces cleaner film-to-digital transfers for post production.

Complimentary to the 500T product, this medium-speed, daylight-balanced emulsion offers high quality imaging in natural daylight, artificial daylight, and a variety of mixed lighting situations, while maintaining pleasing flesh tones and color reproduction.
Kodak is offering it on both 35mm and Super 16 formats.

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