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    the ever popular name that notch contest

    The closest I've been able to come to matching this is some sort of Ektachrome that I know it can't be. I haven't used Ektachrome since the 80s and this was in some Mido holders I loaded 5-6 years ago, IIRC. It has to be some version of Astia or Velvia or other Fuji transparancy film available. But it doesn't match up with internet resources I've found so far. take a stab
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    Nice work. You have a very talented computer.

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    the ever popular name that notch contest

    Hello Wayne: I googled Fujichrome sheet film code notches and clicked on the wikipedia entry and found that it is Fujichrome T64 film.

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    here's another pdf
    that might or might not be on nicolai's site
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    I have never purchased Fujichrome T64

    Quote Originally Posted by spoolman View Post
    Hello Wayne: I googled Fujichrome sheet film code notches and clicked on the wikipedia entry and found that it is Fujichrome T64 film.

    Doug
    Nice work. You have a very talented computer.

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    ya, I searched before posting. I guess it was Fujichrome T64 not Ektachrome that it matched to, but I have no recollection of ever buying/using that film. I never shoot in tungtsten. Unless this was some sort of aborted and forgotten attempt to get around a Velvia shortage, or reduce contrast. I don't think I even have the filter for shooting T film in daylight. I know I've never developed tungsten sheet film in my life




    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne View Post
    I have never purchased Fujichrome T64
    The notch codes aren't unique, unfortunately. So it is possible one code is used by different manufacturers or for different types of film also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne View Post
    I have never purchased Fujichrome T64
    yeah, i have the same problem sometimes.
    film i never bought or have never seen before ends up in my filmholders
    or in a roll film camera, or something that has been missing for a year ( or more )
    somehow just appears..

    seems you might have elves in your place too

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    I'm away from home so I can check my film boxes when I get back in a couple weeks. I never throw out film boxes. I wonder if it was boxed wrong by Fuji elves.
    Nice work. You have a very talented computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne View Post
    The closest I've been able to come to matching this is some sort of Ektachrome that I know it can't be. I haven't used Ektachrome since the 80s and this was in some Mido holders I loaded 5-6 years ago, IIRC. It has to be some version of Astia or Velvia or other Fuji transparancy film available. But it doesn't match up with internet resources I've found so far. take a stab
    Is there any chance you lent the holders to someone at some time?
    Matt

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