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Black leader is black, opaque film, often specifially called black emulsion leader. It is what the negative cutter uses when preparing A&B rolls. It is very important that it be emulsion leader rather than plastic leader when used for A&B rolls, since plastic leader cannot be cement spliced. It also must be very opaque, not any black piece of film will do.

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black and white

Similar in concept to white balance, but referenced to black. This function is found on some professional video cameras and is used to eliminate color tints.
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A comedy in which the humour is derived from subjects which are typically considered serious , or for which humour is usually considered as unsuitable. Common examples are death, war, suffering, and murder.On the web: A list of black comedies at the IMDb.
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black and white

Intensity of black. Darkest (blackest) part of picture. No light is emitted. NTSC black is 7.5 IRE.
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black and white

see Ultraviolet
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Darkest tone printer distinguishes, darkest area in image against which all others are adjusted.
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