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    Kodak BW400CN was my first pseudo B&W film. My first real B&W was Kodak Tmax 400.

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    Kodak Tech Pan/Tri-X.

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    Tmax 100 in 1990 I think

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    Verichrome Pan in 620 and other obsolete formats used by my parents' box cameras. I suppose that dates me.
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    Verichrome Pan back in the good old days Then FP3 & HP3

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    Mine is exotic - Svema 65.

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    The first B&W films I used were Ilford XP2 Super and Kodak BW400 CN back in the early 90s. I switched over to non-C41 films about 5 or 6 years ago.

    Where the non-C41 films are concerned, my first film was the 5063-emulsion Tri-X.

    Today, Tri-X probably still accounts for 75% of my film usage.
    Digital Photography is just "why-tech" not "high tech"..

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    First film I ever used was Kodachrome 64 - technically it's a very fancy b&w film, no? LOL The first real b&w film I used was what ever was bulked in the highschool cannisters - I think it was FP4 or Tri-X. Don't remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobNewYork View Post
    Verichrome Pan in a Kodak Brownie 127. I notice several other Verichrome initiates. See you at the senior centre chaps
    Verichrome 116 Orthochromatic in a No. 2A Folding Pocket Brownie Camera, Model A, in the late 1940s. Just a few years later it was Super=XX Panchromatic film, ASA 100, and Daylight Kodachrome, ASA 10, in a Mercury II with an f/2.7 lens and 1/1000 focal plane shutter. Wow! what blazing speed! Some of those Kodachromes still look good, too.

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    Hello, I am currently new to the black and white film, I am taking my first photography class with developing. I have been shooting for 2yrs expect color process. So, this evening I go out to shoot my first project, I had a roll of color left, that I finished up, and went to put in the tmax 400 b&w, and the the door wouldn't shut, then I finally got it closed and then I run into another problem my data panel is blank. So, that was great, I only had one roll with me cause that is what the project called for. I know my camara works great, never had any problems prior, I have a minolta maxxium5. Could it have been the film, or what? Thanks!



 

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