EN internegative/dupe negative – PL dupnegatyw

EN - An internegative, also referred to as Color reversal internegative or CRI, is a motion picture film duplication process designed by Kodak in the 1970s as an alternative to existing processes of creating film duplicates. Originally intended for the faster pace of the television commercial industry, it began to see use in major motion pictures in the mid 1970s. It is the color counterpart to a fine grain positive, in which a low-contrast color image is used as the positive between an original camera negative and a duplicate negative. (Wikipedia EN – Internegative)

PL – Specjalna kopia negatywowa, z której wykonuje się kopie eksploatacyjne.

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