If you call Kodak, they should be able to give you an approximate date. At
least they used to.
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> On Sep 9, 2014, at 3:00 AM, Marco Poloni <mar.pol...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Jean-Louis.
> I found this factsheet, but not very useful as to what's written ON
> the package. I guess I just have to trust Kodak's practice of doing
> good business.
>> On 9 September 2014 03:27, Jean-Louis Seguin <bolext...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Nowhere in those batch numbers is there any clue to the manufacturing date
>> or expiry date. Only Kodak would know for sure.
>> Look at p.11 of the Kodak Motion Picture Catalog for an explanation of those
>> Sent from my iPod
>>> On Sep 8, 2014, at 4:41 PM, Marco Poloni <mar.pol...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Dear Frameworkers,
>>> I received a large batch of Kodak Vision 3 200T/7213 super-8mm
>>> cartridges for a project. I am trying to understand the expiry date
>>> coding to be sure the batch is right. I never had issues with Kodak
>>> but it's a large project so I'd like to feel safe.
>>> On one side of each cartridge there's a production code that runs as
>>> PE: 01760831 A
>>> 7213 065 016.02 19
>>> The last two digits run from 19 to 25, suggesting that they are days.
>>> 016 seems to me to stand for 2016, i.e. expiry date 2016.02.19
>>> Am I correct?
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