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    I have two rolls in the fridge but I haven't used them yet... I did notice the can is bigger

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    I was gonna buy the Arista metal canisters from Freestyle; are they ok?

    I have only bulk loaded one 100 foot roll of Arista Premium 400, using free minilab cartridges. I found that the price difference at the time was only the difference between about $1.80/roll for bulk and $2/roll for the cartridges. Considering the risk of scratches etc. I just bought 20 rolls the next time. The biggest problem that annoyed me was that when using my bulk loader, the last frame of the roll was always ruined, and since you don't know exactly how many frames you are going to get out of the roll, it can really get you.

    However I'm probably going to do it again for color where I have found the savings to be greater. Is there a way to avoid the fogged frame at the end?
    f/22 and be there.

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    Yes, load 38 frames and shoot 36.

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    Jayd, in Fuji 160 S, S does not mean saturation it means short,as in short exposures, the film is designed for exposures of two seconds and faster,Fuji used to make an L version for long exposures (now discontinued) without reciprocity failure that was balanced for tungsten lighting.
    Fuji 160S is a film mainly intended for portrait photography, and is not high in contrast or colour saturation but quite low in both with a colour balanced to give good skin tones, similar to Kodak Portra 160 NC.
    Last edited by benjiboy; 06-13-2009 at 08:29 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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