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    Quote Originally Posted by Trask View Post

    Does anyone know what film this might be?
    OT: nice self portrait
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    The ToadMen: Ha! Yeah, maybe I'll submit that on the thread that's running "show your self portrait!"

    clayne: what's 400PR, please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trask View Post

    clayne: what's 400PR, please?
    Neopan 400 or Neopan Presto (both the same)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trask View Post
    The ToadMen: Ha! Yeah, maybe I'll submit that on the thread that's running "show your self portrait!"

    clayne: what's 400PR, please?
    Please do!
    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum53/1...f-portret.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trask View Post
    An Epson Photo Perfection 3200. To get the numbers along the edge I had to lay the negative strip directly on the glass and hold flat with a Better Scanning glass.

    Why do you ask?

    OK, I'm willing to believe that it's Neopan 400 -- thanks, everyone!
    Because it's a very good scan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alessandro Serrao View Post
    Because it's a very good scan!
    The "Epson Perfection 3200 PHOTO" scanner combined with Silverfast 8 scanning software is my combination and it is very good! Is has a back light cover and holders for several sizes of negatives.
    The software has even the characteristics of many film types preloaded in its settings.
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    I would agree with the other posters that it is Neopan 400 - Private label version. In fact

    1) Emulsion number 271 was one of the two emulsions of Legacy Pro 400 that I purchased from Freestyle sales, the other was 275.

    2) the bulk Film version does have the Open Arrow. the factory packed version does not. I bought both and so the difference is quite clear.

    3) the PR (for professional?) is only shown on FUJI branded product.

    4) 400-36 and or PR 36 implies a 36 exposure roll.

    5) you will find when you finish the roll that it is on what the movie folks call a "100Ft Daylight Spool" (and NO, that does not mean that the film loader can be opened-movie guys are happy to fog several feet of film at the ends) all the Legacy Pro spools I used were stamped "FUJI FILM"

    6) the Em 271 was out of date about 2 years ago, so It should be fine at close to 400.

    Considering Neopan 400 is apparently discontinued as of this week, you have a great find, enjoy.
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    PR == Presto.

    100ACR: Neopan 100 Acros
    100SS: Neopan 100 SS
    400PR: Neopan 400 Presto
    1600PR: Neopan 1600 Presto
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
    The "Epson Perfection 3200 PHOTO" scanner combined with Silverfast 8 scanning software is my combination and it is very good! Is has a back light cover and holders for several sizes of negatives.
    The software has even the characteristics of many film types preloaded in its settings.
    Is the Epson 3200 similar to the V500?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alessandro Serrao View Post
    Is the Epson 3200 similar to the V500?
    Click here for the Epson 3200 info and here for the Epson V500 info.
    I haven't used the V500 so I can't compare the use of it, but there are some tests on internet and Youtube.
    My Epson 3200 is still working fine so no need for me to "upgrade".

    BTW, isn't this getting too much off topic (OT)? If you want to know more, I suggest you make a new thread and ask all the experts on APUG about there experiences (if there isn't such a thread already).

    (with my apologies to TRASK)
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