Kodak intros teleprod’n film

Eastman Kodak Co. is showcasing a second-generation teleproduction film at the National Assn. of Television Program Executives (NATPE) convention in New Orleans this week: the Kodak Primetime 640T, available in 35mm and 16mm formats.

The film is designed to work with advanced telecine transfer technology and is said by the company to offer significant improvements in sharpness and grain structure.

“Producers who create programming for display on television and computer screens will realize creative, cost and time benefits (from using the new teleproduction film),” said Marian L. Walrath, television marketing manager for Kodak Professional Motion Imaging.

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