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A filmstrip is a spooled roll of 35 mm positive film with approximately thirty to fifty images arranged in sequential order. Like 16 mm film, a filmstrip was inserted vertically down in front of the projector aperture, rather than horizontally as in a slide projector. Therefore, the frame size is smaller than normal 35 mm film.

Multiple films were not used until the introduction of three-strip Technicolor in 1932. In 1948, Technicolor-London utilized a large number of dual film bi-pack cameras to document the Olympic games in two colors. These films were converted for printing by the dye transfer method and the color credit was Technichrome. The results were not.

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