Preservation

Intermediates

An Internegative is a duplicate negative color film element prepared from a positive color element.

An Interpositive is a positive film element used as an intermediate stage. It is generally a positive image on negative film stock. It is a positive copy made from an earlier generation negative film and used for the preparation of duplicate negatives rather than for projection.

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