Quote Originally Posted by glbeas
I'll have to try this.
The thread reminds me of an Ebay seller who is unloading a pile of Tri-x film packs and claiming it to be pre-flashed in the ad because of the age of the film. I thought it was a pile of bull and still do, high base fog is just that and I'll bet it's not quite the same as pre flashed film in image quality.

Yes, I agree that this is entirely different. However, one could preflash a holder or two and carry them for those high contrast situations. This could be done, if one wanted, before the actual exposure. Since what we are doing is breaking the film exposure threshold with non image bearing light.

Obviously for roll film users it wouldn't work the same as sheet film users.