So I have a roll of Kodak film in my fridge that I know very little about and want to know more. I have deduced the following about the film (some of it possibly incorrect):
It has the marking "VPS 120" on it, meaning it is a Vericolor type film in 120 size
It uses the original 1971 Kodak "K" logo, so it has to be post '71 but pre '87
The film is missing it's original box but the inner wrapper is still in tact, so possibly from a Pro-Pack
Here are the main observations that haven't led to deductions:
The film has no ASA rating printed on it
The wrapper is a waxy (possibly foil backed) paper not the plastic used on the later and current 120 rolls
There is no printed expiration date like on the late and current 120 wrappers
So I would like to know if anyone can properly identify and/or date this film. I am also curious what process this film would use - not necessarily because I am planning on shooting it (heck it has to be at least 26 years old) but just because I would like to know.
Attached is a photo with front and rear shots of the wrapper and front and rear shots of a more modern roll of Vericolor III to compare it to.