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Silver and Non-Silver Duplicating Films

Silver Duplicating Films

KODAK Duplicating Microfilm 2462 (Estar Base)
KODAK Duplicating Microfilms are micro-fine grain, silver reverse image films used for making contact prints from camera microfilms and duplicate microfilms in microfiche and roll-film applications. Silver duplicating films have a life expectancy of 500 years (LE-500) when processed and stored properly.

KODAK Direct Duplicating Microfilm 2468, 3468, (Estar Base), Direct Intermediate Microfilm 2470 (Estar Base)
KODAK Direct Duplicating Microfilms are micro-fine grain, silver, direct-image films developed for making contact prints from camera microfilms and duplicate microfilms. Use 4468 film for your microfiche applications; 2468 and 3468 films for roll-film applications; and 2470 for making intermediate direct-image contact prints. Silver duplicating films have a life expectancy of 500 years (LE-500) when processed and stored properly.

Non Silver Duplicating Films

KODAK Diazo C Microfilm 1957, 2957, 3957
KODAK Diazo C Microfilm is a fast-speed, non-silver print film. Use it to generate direct-duplicating copies in fiche or roll form, from silver or reprintable diazo films. Other typical uses include producing negative-appearing copies from negative appearing computer-output microfilm originals and duplicating copies of source documents, engineering drawings, and continuous-tone negatives. KODAK Diazo C Microfilm is formulated to produce a blue-dye image offering high visual contrast on a reader.

KODAK Diazo D Microfilm 1956, 2956, 3956
KODAK Diazo D Microfilm is formulated to produce a neutral-black background. The dyes offer high visual contrast for viewing and next-generation prints.

KODAK Thermal Print Film KF 1353/2353
KODAK Thermal Print Films are suitable for generating distribution copies (usually negative-appearing) in fiche or roll format i.e. clear lines with dark background made from positive-appearing, computer output microfilms (COM) or other camera original films. Reversed-polarity prints can also be made from other microfilm images. A title stripe, if used, facilitates fiche identification.

Life Expectancy of 100 years (LE-100) for non-silver duplicating films diazo and thermal print film.

  • Ultra-high resolving power
  • Static-resistant, process-survivable backing
  • Micro-fine granularity
  • Very slow speed
  • Manufactured process is registered to ISO 9000
  • Manufactured to ANSI and ISO standards specifications for films to be used for storing records of long-term or permanent value