Small Gauge Film: The Basics
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This tutorial has been created as a basic guide for handling, inspecting, repairing, cleaning, storing, and identifying small gauge film. Film collections are often comprised of "small" gauges, such as 16mm, 8mm, and Super 8mm. Each of these has unique characteristics that are helpful in discerning important information about the production, age, condition, and life expectancy of film.

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