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    Where does one get this film in stock these days? I have been watching BH for so me time for some 120 or 220 to show up.

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    I put a roll through the ole pinhole and found no color shift at 5 seconds. Good saturation and contrast. I couldn't tell much difference from it and the orig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by espressogeek View Post
    Where does one get this film in stock these days? I have been watching BH for so me time for some 120 or 220 to show up.
    I bought mine at Calumet, retail, in NYC. They had plenty. In 120.

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    Charlie Waite has reviewed this film in Outdoor Photography October issue and essentially considers it to be almost identical to the old stock with a slight bias to magenta which would correct over enthusiatic greens. have a look if you can get a copy - I read one in the newsagents!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbandone View Post
    Charlie Waite has reviewed this film in Outdoor Photography October issue and essentially considers it to be almost identical to the old stock with a slight bias to magenta which would correct over enthusiatic greens. have a look if you can get a copy - I read one in the newsagents!
    David Ward reviews it on his blog, and came to the same conclusion.
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    Hi Robert,

    I will wait here about your results and assessment from your upcoming trip to Australia. I still have a bit of the original Velvia to exhaust or almost exhaust before I order the new Velvia 50.

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    Please note that the new version is 1/3 stop faster than the original. In my case making it a true ISO 50 instead of ISO 40. I got rather beaten up on LF forum for making this distinction.

    This speed change also picked up by David and Joe who alerted me to it. My film was shot in quick succession (wonders of 5x4 QL) and then processed in same batch in the JOBO.

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    Thanks guys. I still have a batch of the old 50, which I've decided to use before getting any of the newer stuff.
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    I am curious how much of the old Velvia you color guys stashed away?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrigan View Post
    I am curious how much of the old Velvia you color guys stashed away?
    I stashed away about 125?? sheets of Quickload, about 4 120 Pro Packs and around 15?? rolls of 35mm.

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