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    Fuji Presto 400 and Neopan F 120 - 10 years expired - suggestions please?

    I came across an old photo store the other day, and found old boxes of Kodak Verichrome Pan, HR Minicopy and Neopan SS 120. Long story short, most of the boxes were empty, but the owner gave me two almost-10-years-expired rolls of film: Presto 400 (exp 8/2001) and Neopan F (exp 11/2000) in 120.

    What should I the Presto at? ISO 100? Lower?
    Neopan F says ISO 32 on the box, but can I shoot it at that speed?

    Or should I just keep them for decoration?

    edit: I doubt either one of these films have been refrigerated
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    Shoot the 400PR at 100-200.

    I have no idea what Neopan F is. What is it? SS 100 would be nice to have in 120.
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clayne View Post
    I have no idea what Neopan F is. What is it? SS 100 would be nice to have in 120.
    Fuji Neopan F ... the box says ISO 32. I don't see much other info on it

    Neopan SS was available in 120, but that was many years ago
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