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    FS: 35mm film "grab bag"

    get the deal while its hot!

    All film included is PAST DATE. Some is older, but if you want film to fart around with, let this be a chance to stock up!

    I believe pictures are worth a 1000 words(or more), but I don't feel like typing endlessly this morning

    $17 SHIPPED/PAYPAL'D in the USA for this grab bag
    USPS Money Orders are cool too, will ship once received.

    thanks

    Dan


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    I LOVED Agfa Ultra 50!
    Reid

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    ***SOLD***

    (if you did not receive a message from me, please don't feel bad, I've received a good # of PM's regarding this sale, too much time to individually reply to each)

    thanks,

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    Ultra 50 was an interesting film to be sure. I kind of wish that someone else would come up with another ISO 50 color print film, but yeah.
    No idea what's going to happen next, but I'm hoping it involves being wrist deep in chemicals come the weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie Brim View Post
    Ultra 50 was an interesting film to be sure. I kind of wish that someone else would come up with another ISO 50 color print film, but yeah.
    its called using Ektar 100 w/ a HIGH QUALITY(like B+W or Heliopan/Zeiss) neutral density filter

    -Dan

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    Has anyone shot Ektar 100 at ISO 50? I wonder...

    I'll buy some (plus mailers) the next time I get film.
    No idea what's going to happen next, but I'm hoping it involves being wrist deep in chemicals come the weekend.

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    you'll technically be exposing it "normally", you're just cutting down the light down if you want to slow your shutter speed as if exposing for the shutter speed(1 more stop over a 100asa film) req'd by a 50asa film.

    Shoot Ektar 100, or use the Gold 100, its good stuff too, not as fine grained, but I've used it @ ASA64, and the reds/yellows(warmer colors) POPPED. Like E100VS poppy.

    -Dan



 

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