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    SPUR HRX 32/64 and Kodak Ekter. Coming up: more Ektar, TMY-2 and Fuji Neopan 1600.

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    HP5+, FP4+, Tri-x, Ektar...all 120
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    "Wake up, dream, and photograph what you have seen.
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    120 - Efke 25 Pan f+
    135 - Aritsa EDU ultra 100 and 400 as well as 400 pushed to 1600

    I am wondering though, any good suggestions for 135 C-41 low low low iso?

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    Fomapan 100 120 respooled as 620.

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    Kodachrome 64 and Fuji Superia 1600 in 35mm

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    In the past two weeks:

    Lots of NPH 220. I think about four pro packs give or take.
    My last five rolls of Reala 120 ()
    A pro pack of Plus-X 120
    Two rolls Tri-X 320 120 (Now I only have one pro pack remaining. )
    Four rolls of T-Max 100
    Two rolls Efke IR 820C 120
    One roll Fuji Sensia 400 135-24
    One roll Arista Premium 400 135-36

    (Cameras used: Mamiya Super 23, C220, and Canon F-1)

    Also, talking printing:

    30-40 sheets of Ilford MGIV FB 11x14 (I'm not a fan of this paper, but it was given to me some time ago, so I'm trying to get rid of it to make some room in my fridge)
    18 contact sheets on Adox MCP 312 (My contacts are always done at a set height, set time, and set filter, so there is never any waste when making them.)

    Don't tell me I need to buy film for it to stay around, 'cause I don't! YOU need to!!!
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    Reala and Neopan 400
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    120 Kodak Portra 400VC and 35mm Kodak Ektar.
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    Same as always for me. FP4+ and HP5+

    Now I have a large format enlarger though I will be using up some Adox and Delta film I have in 5" x 4" size. When that's gone I will probably use 5" x 4" HP5+

    Steve.
    "People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.

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    B&W: Rollei Pan 25, Ortho 25 and Efke 25 in 135 with One roll of TX and one FP4+ thrown in too.

    PanF+ and FP4+ in 120, and some FP4+ in 8x10.

    Color: The last of my Fuji Industrial 100, and some Fuji 160C in 135.



 

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