Interesting, but no proof of his discovery. I might give it a try. Thanks for the link.
I tried Google with "bleach fuji negative" as the search terms. There's a *LOT* of kids trying this out. And much of it looks very interesting.
I think frankly that it's a process that can be refined to give a pretty decent quality negative. It's certainly not going to beat Ektar properly exposed and processed in C41, but it's just as certainly a good trick to keep in the bag.
The film is really awesome! Looks similar to the TZ Artistic already so I can see it only getting better from here! Impossible is also saying that this film works out just as well in 600 cameras with the exposure dial set to overexpose the film. I guess it's pretty fool proof with exposure. I'm quite pleased. Plus the PX600 version 6 is quite nice!!!! I wouldn't mind if it didn't improve. It's great. I do wish though that the PX100 looked as good as the new Version 6 of PX600.....
Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time
I like the film but colorwise it may improve quite a bit. It is a bit to pale for my taste. Especially in comparison with old polaroid 600. I know you should compare but still the difference is too big.
Two pics of the same subject. First is with the px100 film. second with old polaroid 600 film. http://www.flickr.com/photos/1921776...n/photostream/