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Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by david b, Mar 22, 2005.
since someone uses 1992 superXX (kept in a freezer no doubt), we should expect that 1943 SuperXX of unkown history should be good...right?
It belongs in a museum next to an appropriate camera.
LOL! I have to give the guy credit, he sure knows how to market. Somehow I think that film will be so fogged it will look like pea soup.
I bet it has a nitrate film base, so it will probably crack if you try to unroll it. It would be good in a display case.
At least it'll be "safety film" - imagine if it was that old flammable stuff... POOF!