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    I spent a few weeks playing with this stuff, 11X14 sheets, trying some tricks with enlarging negs.

    Dektol, LD-20, kodalith, it didn't matter. I could not get enough contrast with it. I know my chemistry is good, so I assume the film is aged.

    There was no data sheet inside the (unopened) box, which I thought was strange. But for ten or twelve bones, it might be worth playing with.

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    Hi again
    What ISO should I use with this film.
    I have found a datasheet but it does not say the ISO.
    Here is the datasheet. http://rabbitvcactus.net78.net/Film%...TH%20ORTHO.pdf
    Thanks
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    Digital Photography is not photography, only a bad computerized mosaic.
    Analogue is king!

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    Try 6-12 iso. It's really slow so a tripod and cable release is the sure way to go.

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