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Re: [AV Media Matters] arsclist Deterioration of Acetate TAPESandFILM
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- Subject: Re: [AV Media Matters] arsclist Deterioration of Acetate TAPESandFILM
- From: WalterNY@film-and-video.com
- Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2001 07:44:55 -0700
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>>Kodak also made video tape, and good tape at that. They eliminated all of it
>>from their line sometime in the mid-80s or so.
Actually Joe Kodak sold it, but it was manufactured for them by someone
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I may be thinking of their consumer tape - but I seem to recollect that they
oem'ed it from TDK. Those were the days when TDK actually made tape - I am
not sure now whether they do or whether it is just a brand name.
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