The film of T-3A camera developed and a print is taken from B-7 printer in United States.
United States USA Date:1940 Duration:14 min 59 sec Sound:Yes
A U.S. Army training film about developing camera film containing aerial reconnaissance views. Film titled 'Aerial Photography', Part -5, 'Processing the Film'. A T-3A camera is unloaded from a plane. It is taken to a dark room at photographic laboratory Dept. 59. Exposed film roll is removed from camera and is put into its original box. The T-3A film development assembly, placed on table consist of 3 metal boxes, spool plates and motor to transfer film and a loading plate. Development of film starts with first fixing the film onto the loading plate and transferring it on to spools. These spools are then immersed in clean water and transferred from one solution to other. It is then transferred to the developing solution, then in water and hypo solution and then kept in fixing base for 30 minutes. It is washed in running water for 30 minutes. Film is then dried on film dryer blower drum. Then it is transferred to take up spool and laid on lettering table. Each film is lettered on right lower side with title, location, organization, date, day, length and altitude. Developer is prepared at appropriate temperature with water. Print is taken on paper. A B-7 printer is used for printing. The paper is immersed into different solutions and then dried on a canvas belt over a heated drum.
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