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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    Was the negative scanned with the ICE [dust removal scan] turned off?
    You can't use ICE with silver B&W images and the original poster is using B&W Tmax 100

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prof_Pixel View Post
    You can't use ICE with silver B&W images and the original poster is using B&W Tmax 100
    Which was exactly why I raised the question. A few weeks back there was a thread asking about a negative problem and I noticed what looked liked artifacts from ICE on the photograph. I posted around post #8 that I believed that ICE was the problem. Weeks later, guess what, the OP posted that ICE was the problem. Years ago I had a problem with spots that could not be found on the negative and ICE was the culprit. Why not raise the question before the thread gets to 50+ posts and dumping good chemicals?
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    The images in that posting had a sort of 'small pox' pitted appearance which is lacking from the OPs image.

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