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    I have a box of 8x10 Super XX. It expired in 1981.

    Anyone want it?

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    I'm glad I double checked. Can't see a thing on TMY negs with green safelight. Must have thought of Tri-X. Sorry for the confusion. I've got a whole bunch of it. I'll have to learn how to do this some other way and then stop using the film...
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    I've never tried it, but people who have used IR night vision goggles tell me that they see too much when trying to DBI with them. With other films where you can use a green safelight, you pull the neg just at the point where the highlights are beginning to emerge in contrast to the milky opalescence of the base side. But with the goggles you can't tell when that is, since you see everything from the git go. How do you know when to stop?

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    I exposed and processed a 1950 roll of XX116 a week ago. Developed in D-76. Base fog density 1.0. Whee! Still rather usable negatives, decent shadows at EI 200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david b View Post
    I have a box of 8x10 Super XX. It expired in 1981.

    Anyone want it?

    Absolutely. I want it. Is it still sealed?

    PM me.

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