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    I did not know that the Kodachrome couldn't be processed. Well, if anyone wants it to experiment with or whatever, shoot me a PM and I'll send it off to you. I don't develop at home yet so I can't play around with it myself.

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    Yesterday I did quick and dirty test of Agfachrome 100RS expired in 1991 and ever since kept in deep freezer. After processing it come almost perfect. Yes, Dmax is slightly lower, but not much, colour balance is almost bang on. Are these miracle results for colour slide film that expired 21 years ago?
    Now I'm sorry that I didn't include Kodak grey scale and colour chart in the few frames. It was exposed at box speed. Scans are just resized and sharpened.

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    geez, nice gift!

    relax and enjoy!

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    I was recently gifted 88 rolls of 135.

    Quote Originally Posted by gorbas View Post
    Yesterday I did quick and dirty test of Agfachrome 100RS expired in 1991 and ever since kept in deep freezer. After processing it come almost perfect. Yes, Dmax is slightly lower, but not much, colour balance is almost bang on. Are these miracle results for colour slide film that expired 21 years ago?
    Now I'm sorry that I didn't include Kodak grey scale and colour chart in the few frames. It was exposed at box speed. Scans are just resized and sharpened.

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    Is that 4x5?


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    Stone, it's 120 film in Hasselblad

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    I was recently gifted 88 rolls of 135.

    Quote Originally Posted by gorbas View Post
    Stone, it's 120 film in Hasselblad
    Gotcha, ok that makes sense


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