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Thread: First B&W film?

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    It was about 65 years ago so I suppose it was Verichrome Pan. Dave

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    Forgot to say I took the film to the drugstore for processing and printing. Dave

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    Verichrome (ortho)
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    Mine was the orthochromatic film Universal packaged in 00 size (35mm with paper backing and a special spool for their cameras). It was followed by the panchromatic film in the same size and the orthochromatic Kodak Verichrome, which was followed by the old Plus-X. We're talking 1948 and 1949 here.

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    Verichrome pan in my dad's reflex brownie

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