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    Fujifilm Neopan 120

    Hello Folks, I have a roll of 120 film to develop, and all I have is the roll, no packaging. It only says "Fujifilm Neopan 120". Anybody know for sure what speed this film is? It doesn't say Acros, it doesn't say 1600, it doesn't say 400. Paper is just black and white, no green.

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    Can you post a photo of the roll?
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    And does it say EXPOSED?
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    Probably the adhesive tape band is missing as I think that's where the ID of the film type is. I'm guessing it's likely 100 Acros or 400 as the 1600 in 120 has not been made in quite some time. That said use D-76 or HC-110 as the times for Acros 100 and 400 are fairly close for both of those films in both of those developers. See the Massive Development Chart.
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    Yes, it does say EXPOSED. Unfortunately, I just pitched the trash with the paper in it. And thanks for the tip. I do use The Massive Dev Chart; I'll check the times.
    It takes a big dog to weigh a ton.

    I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now.



 

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