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    compromise and shoot it @ 200

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    If only it was like sheet film, then you could use the notches on the film edge to tell you exactily what film you have!
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    35mm/Små format: Nikon: F4, D800 (yes digital, I know)

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    So I got the 2 rolls back today.

    First - if I'm going to shoot colour seriously I'll need to find a proper professional lab. I've not shot any colour negs for a few years. This joint used to do reasonably OK work, but I don't think they've dusted their machine in the last couple of years - a bazillion dust spots on the prints.

    Next - the film's definately 400 - it's right there on the rebate. BUT - the roll I shot at 320 is a bit thin, while the one at 160 actually looks much better. The prints don't look overexposed either - no blown highlights. I've uploaded one to the gallery. If I find any more of this stuff in the freezer I probaly will split the difference and shoot at 200.

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    The new portra is true 400 ISO

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