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    This is good to know. I have some very old E-6 films coming my way to play with and doing the +1 exposure, -1 developing might help. This is for some Fuji 50D film which Im told goes magenta with age. I might cross process it if it produces results beyond usable.

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    Fuji film does not cross process as well as Kodak film if you look at the posts on the subject here and on PN. It tends to go green IIRC.

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    One thing that I observed was that with large sheets of film the edges are worse than the middle. It might not be such an issue with formats smaller than 8x10".

    I've shot all my EPN. Two more sheets to process, but I think I got one or two good ones out of around 10 sheets. I have around 80 sheets of EPR in two batches, so now I think I'll have a better idea of what to test for.
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    David, I've seen this before. Kind of an edge creep related to keeping. I'm not sure what the reason is, but I suspect than in open packages it is moisture or oxygen. It is a fact though on almost any size film to some extent.

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    Yeah, I suspect that means I'll have to test the boxes that have closed packages inside them separately from the open that have been opened.
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