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    The closest I can find for info on DuPont 16mm film is from a 1976 Photo Lab index. It does not list your particular films, however you might try these numbers: type 931A High Speed Rapid Reversal EI: Reversal 160 daylight, 125 tungsten ; Negative 80 Daylight, 64 tungsten. Type 932A Ultra Speed Rapid Reversal speed rating for reversal: daylight 320, tungsten 250. Speed for negative processing: daylight 160, tungsten 125. As mentioned before, clip some test pieces, and experiment. I hope this is helpful, and good shooting.
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    Thanks for the info clayne. Yes I think it was that guy. But he was using a different name when I won it.
    I didn't realize they even made films with that speed back then. I was going to try them at 25-32. I think even at that age they would have been grossly over exposed.
    Thanks ralnphot. At least I have some Idea of where to begin now.

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    [QUOTE=cinejerk;806674] I was going to try them at 25-32. /QUOTE]

    sounds good to me, and lots of anti-fog

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