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    expired, still usefull?

    By coincidence I found 2 Provia 400 rolls in my garage, the problem the expiring date is 2002, any body has experience to advice me if it is worth wile to try and shoot them?
    thanks for any hint

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    Why wonder? Why not shoot the stuff, maybe just at you find whimsical, and not worry about it. After all, it doesnt cost that much, and if it doesnt turn out, chances are you wont be charged for it, or charged a very reduced rate.

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    it is good still ..
    im empty, good luck

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    Go ahead and shoot it. I bet is good.

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    I agree: I bet it is good...

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    Send it to me, I'll tell you if it's any good or not!

    Jeff

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    thanks to all of you, I´m going to shoot them and tell you the results!

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    Is your garage usually a cool place? If so, there should be no problem. Another story goes for exposed emulsion, I was always told until I left an exposed roll 3 years in a suitcade. After processing...no visible problem at all! Thanks Kodak.



 

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