From: Campos & Davis Photos (email@example.com)
Date: 02/05/00-01:13:08 PM Z
The Polaroid 35mm slides are deffinately not as good quality as a dupe
done with duplicating film by someone who knows what they are doing.
Depends what you want though.
If you want dupes to send out to clients on approval so they might buy
your pic then forget Polaroid. If you need dupes for a 35mm
presentation in the next hour or so then use polaroid.
I haven't seen any great results with Polaroid, however I have seen
great results with simple equipment and a lot of practice using
duplicating film, the right light source, and exact processing
We use a lab in UK for 70mm dupes and I can't tell the diference
between the 35mm and the dupe. The same can be said for 35mm dupe
Hope that saves you money now!!!
Campos & Davis Photos
6 Cranbourne Road
London N10 2BT - UK
Tel: + 44 181 883 8638
Fax: +44 208883 8638
----- Original Message -----
From: dean kansky <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: 05 February 2000 18:51
Subject: Slides and a question
> I was about to buy a slide duplicating attachment and then I found
> Polaroid's instant sides. Are the Polaroid slides the same quality
> traditional ones? Also, if anyone knows, what are the pros and con
> this method?
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