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    Macophot PO 100 Clear

    Anyone with experience with this film? It has a clear film base and rumoured to have good resolution and scans well.

    - Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeK
    Anyone with experience with this film? It has a clear film base and rumoured to have good resolution and scans well.

    - Mike
    It's also sapposed to be Orthochromatic.
    "Just because nobody complains doesn't mean all parachutes are perfect."

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    Quote Originally Posted by garryl
    It's also sapposed to be Orthochromatic.
    So it is: http://www.mahn.net/Frameset.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeK
    Anyone with experience with this film? It has a clear film base and rumoured to have good resolution and scans well.

    - Mike
    I've bought four rolls 36exp. intending to use them with the Foma b&w reversal kit. I'll post results as soon as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garryl
    It's also sapposed to be Orthochromatic.
    You'll find it is actually labelled orthopanchromatic which I gather means it does have some red sensitivity but not as much as films like Tri-X, HP5+ etc. I bought a couple of rolls recently but haven't used them yet. It's not cheap either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brac
    You'll find it is actually labelled orthopanchromatic which I gather means it does have some red sensitivity but not as much as films like Tri-X, HP5+ etc. I bought a couple of rolls recently but haven't used them yet. It's not cheap either!
    No, it is a true ortho film that can be developed under safelight.



 

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