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    NPH is what Pro 400H used to be called, and NPZ is what Pro 800Z used to be called. I don't know whether or not the emulsions actually changed when the names changed, but I am assuming that at least a minor change was made. I still mention NPH and NPZ because it is still available expired en masse, and still works great if it has been taken care of. I have at least a dozen pro packs of NPH 220 stockpiled, so I won't be using any Pro 400H until that stash is gone. I think I have shot all my stockpiled NPZ, so I am using Pro 800Z now.
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    Dan- Thanks for all that! i very much appreciate the info-

    2f- Where can you find the expired stuff available?

    What is an emulsion DR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by endneu913 View Post
    Dan- Thanks for all that! i very much appreciate the info-

    2f- Where can you find the expired stuff available?
    APUG classifieds, E-Bay, local classifieds, etc.
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    Where do you buy that 800z stuff? Freestyle doesn't seem to have it.
    f/22 and be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterSense View Post
    Where do you buy that 800z stuff? Freestyle doesn't seem to have it.
    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...Fujicolor.html

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    Consider Fuji's 400H and shoot it at EI 200. Does wonders in the bright sun. A VERY unique look. If you want to shoot it at 400 ISO, just try to overexpose it by 3/4 stop to 1 1/2 stop.
    You'll like it.

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    You will be carrying a tripod, right? Ilford's PanF+ and Efke 25 are sublime for 6x7 negatives. Grainless. Sharp. Really really nice. Developed in Xtol 1:3 or Rodinal 1:100. Kodak Portra 800, I expose at 640, is great for dull days or very early or very late in the day. The joy of big negatives is no grain with so called "fast" films.

    Kodak's New Tmax 400, TMY-2, may be the best thing since sliced bread. The speed of Tri-X with the grain of Tmax 100. What's not to like?

    Arista EDU films from Freestyle, 100-200-400, aren't shabby and rather affordable.

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    I have used most of the colour films mentioned so far. I have to recommend Kodak's Ektar 100 as a colour print film that will knock your socks off. It's not premium priced either.
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    I agree with Rick, Ektar 100 is rare as hens teeth at Memphis Photo because people are just going nuts for it. If you want a saturated look, try exposing it at ISO 64. Very nice.

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    E100G works nice in 120.
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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