Awesome- Thanks to Ed, Ekrem and Roger, very helpful info.

Ed, would you be willing to you describe your basic set up and process?

As far as chemistry goes, how many feet are reasonable to expect to get
from a gallon run of e-6?

Thanks for the great info thus far!

Joe Ventress


On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 1:52 PM, Ekrem Serdar <ekremser...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Yeah, area math is what I've always done
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> On Apr 28, 2013, at 14:54, "Beebe, Roger" <roge...@ufl.edu> wrote:
>
>  I just woke up from a nap, so maybe my brain isn't working correctly, but
> shouldn't we be talking about AREA rather than length?  That is, a 35mm
> frame is roughly 4x the area of a 16mm frame, so it requires 4x as much
> chemistry, not the roughly 2x suggested by the math below.  So if 5 feet of
> 35mm equals about 20 feet of 16mm, then 100 ft.=5 rolls of 36-exposure 35mm
> film.
>
>  Someone correct me if I'm wrong on this, but that's how I've always done
> the math.
> R.
>
>  On Apr 28, 2013, at 2:44 PM, Ed Inman wrote:
>
>   A 36-exposure roll of 35mm still film is about 5 feet long. If you
> equate that roughly as equal to 11 feet of 16mm film, a 100-foot roll of
> 16mm is similar in overall size to 9 rolls of 36-exposure 35mm.
>
>  -----Original Message-----
> From: J Vent
> Sent: Apr 28, 2013 1:19 PM
> To: Frameworks
> Subject: [Frameworks] Footage equivalency
>
> Good morning - I have a Morse, well a Fairchild crank tank processor and a
> Lomo processor tank, I'm going to be processing with Arista E-6 in it, the
> chem usage/re-useage specs are for 36 exp 35mm film. Anyone have a clue
> about how many feet are in a 36 exp roll of 35 mm film?
>
> Directions say I can run 4 rolls in a pint of juice (x3 parts), 8 rolls in
> a quart.
> I'm trying to sort out how many feet of 7285 I can run in a given amount of
> chemistry.
>
> I guess I could run several 1 foot pieces in a scaled down amount of E-6
> sauce until it breaks down but thought some one out there might have the
> answer and spare me that step.
>
>
> Thanks,
> JV
>
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