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    You can still get the original Kodak internegative film that will convert your slides for darkroom enlargement. Using the right film for the job save you from crossover color and contrast control issues. I happen to have few boxes left in the freezer if you would to buy them.

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    LD

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    I shot 100T under daylight with a conversion filter- a very modest light loss- and got good results using it for glamour style head shots lit with daylight balanced studion flash.

    It printed very nice, once the balance was figued out. It has a base of a different colour than most of the other films I print onto ra-4 paper.

    I think I still have 5 rolls of 120 of 100T in the freezer.
    my real name, imagine that.

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