Video Imaging film
Single Emulsion, Blue Base, Video Imaging film for recording Images displayed on a video monitor using an appropriate Video Imaging device
FOR USE WITH CARESTREAM X-OMAT FILM PROCESSORS
CARESTREAM EKTASCAN B/RA Film / 4153 is a medium speed, single coated, tabular grain, orthochromatic medical x-ray film for photography of cathode-ray (CRT) tubes. It is coated on a blue, 7-mil blue-tinted polyester support with a dyed pelloid backing which affords anti-halation protection. The film orientation is that the emulsion side is up when the notch is at the right-hand side of the top edge of the film. It is processable in existing automated processing cycles, as well as Rapid Access process cycles.
Use a Carestream GBX-2 Safelight Filter with a frosted 15-watt bulb located at least 4 feet from the film.
Handling: Hands must be clean, dry and free of lotions, etc. Film should be handled carefully by the edges to avoid physical strains such as pressure, creasing, or buckling.
Storage: Store unexposed film at 50 to 75 degrees (10 to 24 degrees C), at 30 to 50 percent RH, and properly s-rays, gamma rays, or other penetrating radiation. Keep exposed film in a cool, dry place that is properly shielded from penetrating radiation. Keep exposed film in cool, dry place that is properly shielded from penetrating radiation. Process as soon as possible after exposure. Processed film should be stored at 60 to 80 degrees F (16 to 27 degrees C), at 30 to 50 percent RH.
Relative Speed: Measured at a density of 1.00 above gross fog.
Contrast: Measured as slope of the line between densities of 0.25 and 2.00 above gross fog.
Gross Fog: Density of film base plus processing fog.