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[filmscanners] Re: No more Kodak CD-R's

Hi Roy,

I just checked out my Kodak Golds, and you're right, they are Kodak
Japan.  While I was at it, I also checked out two gold Maxell disks, and
one was Kodak Japan, and the other was Hitachi/Maxell.

Some of my Fuji disks are also not made by them...  So who the heck
knows at this point what to trust.


Roy Smyth wrote:

> At 01:55 AM 2002-10-17 -0700, Arthur Entlich wrote:
>>Although I am not positive, I believe the Kodak Gold disks were made by
>>Mitsui.  I doubt Kodak made CD-Rs themselves.  They usually find high
>>end producers for these non-film products to make the product under the
>>Kodak name.  For instance, their very good quality Eastman Broadcast
>>Videotape (also discontinued) was made by TDK.
> Kodak CDs were made by Kodak Japan.
> You can download a free utility (Windows only) that will read the ATIP
> (info) track of a CDR here:
> http://www.gum.de/cdrid/
> It will tell you who really made a CD. It doesn't work with all CD burners.
> You can read more about the ATIP track and the utility here:
> http://www.epinions.com/content_18430594692
> I cannot vouch for the accuracy of the article, but the writer seems
> knowledgeable.
> Roy Smyth
> Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

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