Interesting new book for film fans

P. J. Alling webstertwentysix at
Wed Jul 28 17:31:07 EDT 2010

My take.  Someone at Kodak doesn't think the this technology will be 
maintained much longer.  But it may have to be reproduced in the 
future.  Publishing a book will widely disseminate the information, so 
that it might not be lost for all time.

On 7/28/2010 12:18 PM, Mark Roberts wrote:
> paul stenquist wrote:
>> On Jul 28, 2010, at 11:12 AM, Mark Roberts wrote:
>>> A friend of mine at GEH just posted this link on her Facebook page:
>>> Making KODAK Film
>>> The Illustrated Story of State-of-the-Art
>>> Photographic Film Manufacturing
>> I guess film industry trade secrets aren't all that important any more.
> Apparently Kodak was enormously helpful to the author, providing
> generous access -- including allowing photographing of their equipment
> -- and a lot of consultants to answer questions.
> It seems as if they want someone to document all this while it's still
> around. And that they don't expect it to be around for much longer.

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