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    You jest?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattmoy_2000 View Post
    You were being sarcastic?!
    (I jest).
    You jest what?

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    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    You all are jest a bunch of 'foos!
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    Jest, v: to be playful in speech and actions; joke.

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    I knew that you could store film in a fridge/freezer.. but this question came to mind when I loaded a roll of film yesterday (my third, to be exact)

    Should I cool it down before I put it in the camera, or should I keep it at fridge/freezer temperature? Will I notice any difference at all?

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    Definitely. I usually ate the ice cream in the freezer before handling my films there.

    I am worrying my 46mm 400VC films now. This is the best film I ever used (except that there is Ektar 100 now). Does school photography still use this format of film? I got mine before they expired and has since been in the freezer. Now they are 4 or 5 years past expiration. Will more ice cream help?
    Last edited by mtjade2007; 10-15-2009 at 04:20 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBoontje View Post
    Should I cool it down before I put it in the camera, or should I keep it at fridge/freezer temperature? Will I notice any difference at all?
    Let the film come up to ambient (room) temperature before putting it in the camera. You otherwise risk moisture condensation forming on the film.
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    46mm? Is that a typo for 35, or the width of 127?

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    No, it's not a typo. It is a 46 mm roll film, 200 feet long. It is for a Camerz school photography camera. I got a camera too. Actually I have two Camerz cameras, one for 70 mm and the other for 46 mm films. Tried on the 70 mm one with a short strip of 70 mm VC400. The image quality came out stunningly beautiful. The final images are equivalent to 6x4.5 format. I shot the test strip under sunlight (not strobe light). It made me realize how good Camerz cameras are.
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    According to this thread older C-41 (pre 2003?) processes have to be stablized in a different manner, so if you have old rolls processed at commercial labs they are not being stabilized correctly. A good reason not to bother with really old color film unless you plan on scanning or copying them immediately.

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