QuestionsWhat are Filmstrips?
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admin answered 12 months ago
A filmstrip is a collection of connected still images that are printed on a single roll of developed film. When combined, the individual images show a process or product learning in phases. Filmstrips are typically 35 mm wide. A filmstrip typically has thirty-five single shots, although there can be anything from 10 to one hundred.