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    Fotron Film Cassette Processing

    Have any of you processed one of these film cassettes before? Apparently it uses standard 828 roll film packaged in a proprietary cartridge ( http://retro-vintage-bazaar.com/prod...c-film-camera/ ). If so, what pointers or advice would you offer? Thanks for your time.
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    828 is the same width as 35mm. Do you know what sort of film is in the cassette? If it's c41 color, a lab familiar with dealing with roll film should be able to run it, assuming you can get the cassette open.

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    I have no idea, I am just starting to look into this.
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    If it's color, I would assume that it's C-22 or a similar process. You could process in low temp C-41 or B&W.
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    I am g-g-gooooogling but have not found any info on what is in the cassette, yet.
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