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    220 film dimensions/specification (ISO732)

    Quote Originally Posted by polyglot View Post
    Yep.

    There's the possibility of acquiring a roll or three of Plus-X locally so I might just do that and be patient waiting for a back to appear. It's not like I'm going to run out of film next week
    I have two rolls of plus-x in my fridge and I just shot two rolls of it for a nude bourgeois scene last week waiting to develop, actually what developer do you suggest for that? Adinol?


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    220 film dimensions/specification (ISO732)

    Quote Originally Posted by OzJohn View Post
    Noboby seems to have answered the question you asked: the dimensions of a 220 roll. Offhand, I don't know either but if you want to PM me a postal address I'll send you gratis a long expired, unexposed, unrefrigerated roll that you can experiment with. I don't think we can actually buy 220 film here in AU any more and AFAIK Portra is the only emulsion available in 220 anywhere. Good luck with the project. OzJohn
    220 is the exact same size as 120 just twice as long on the length of film because the paper backing is absent from the film portion of the roll.


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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    I have two rolls of plus-x in my fridge and I just shot two rolls of it for a nude bourgeois scene last week waiting to develop, actually what developer do you suggest for that? Adinol?


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    Hmmm - "nude bourgeois"????

    Does being middle class matter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    220 is the exact same size as 120 just twice as long on the length of film because the paper backing is absent from the film portion of the roll.


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    Not quite - because there is only need for one set of film leader and trailer, not two.
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    220 film dimensions/specification (ISO732)

    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    Not quite - because there is only need for one set of film leader and trailer, not two.
    I did say "the film part" as in the film is double the length not the film + leader/tail.

    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    Hmmm - "nude bourgeois"????

    Does being middle class matter?
    Haha well I don't know why I said that haha, I guess it was a very simple scene in a quaint old looking room that would have been from a middle class household, I haven't developed the plus-x obviously but here is a Pan F+ image from the set. I have more and I've already posted this a few times, I really need to pay for an account so I can just post in my own gallery haha, I'll get to it soon, in the mean time...



    See, middle class nude haha




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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    I did say "the film part" as in the film is double the length not the film + leader/tail.
    Nope.

    The film itself is slightly shorter than twice the length of the 120, because the small bit of film before the image area (film leader?) and the small bit of film after the image area (film tail?) doesn't need to be duplicated - one of each per roll is enough.
    Matt

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    220 film dimensions/specification (ISO732)

    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    Nope.

    The film itself is slightly shorter than twice the length of the 120, because the small bit of film before the image area (film leader?) and the small bit of film after the image area (film tail?) doesn't need to be duplicated - one of each per roll is enough.
    I concede, I guess I was just thinking if you are hand rolling there is also a margin of error that is higher so give a little extra, ah well, either way I think it's silky haha


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    So... anyone have a copy of ISO732? With, like, numbers in it?

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    220 film dimensions/specification (ISO732)

    Quote Originally Posted by polyglot View Post
    So... anyone have a copy of ISO732? With, like, numbers in it?
    How about if we trade? I'll send you a roll of Provia VC 220 and you send me something B&W then you don't need a book of numbers


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    220 film dimensions/specification (ISO732)

    http://www.iso.org/iso/home/store/ca...csnumber=29302

    Here if you have money...


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