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It is assumed to have been made by Ferrania, the once mighty Italian film manufacturer and before it closed part of the 3M empire. This site uses cookies. This resource has come in handy, and led to me realising that three out of four of my favourite colour negative films were the same — AfgaPhoto Vista Plus and TudorColor XLX are both rebranded Fuji C! By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. The film pops up on Ebay pretty regularly however. Learn how your comment data is processed. All has the same markings. Bare in mind some of the roll was used up in duplicates photos for different exposures of the same scene.

To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: I love your work! I have a bundle of various expired film coming soon, so an looking forward to shooting that with my newly acquired Hassleblad. Previous Post Smena 8m Review: Winscale Windfarm, March This ten year rule is affected by other factors such as how the film was stored and speed faster the film the quicker the deterioration in film speed.

Ive just found a roll of this in my box of old films. Email required Address never made public.

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Previous Post Smena 8m Review: Notify me of new comments via email. I love your work! Had thought was only 24 exp but recently came across 36 exp rolls. I knew I had some potentially ok photos on the roll but was apprehensive about how this expired film would turn out.

Notify me of follow-up comments by email. You are commenting using your WordPress. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Your e-mail address will not be published. Bare in mind some of the roll was used up in duplicates photos for different exposures of the same scene.

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Learn how your comment data is processed. The rolls carry no expiry data just a comment to use quickly.

To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: This site uses cookies. The film pops up on Ebay pretty regularly however. If you look at the numbers along the underside of the lip of the canister near the felt, and enter them on http: You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Winscale Fillm, March Tru Print were a uk film processing lab, I think these were given away as freebies at some point.

Very unique Like Like. Do you have any rolls currently? Box speed was but with it being over 10 years old, I shot it at I wonder just how many other companies had their film manufactured by Ferrania?

Shooting with expired film. Tru Print edition. – Rjw inc

Below scenes from the Makers Festival in Blackburn. I must have walked around Manchester for about 6 hours, gruprint was tired when I got home. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here I have a bundle of various expired film coming soon, so an looking forward to shooting that with my newly acquired Hassleblad.

However here it is a good guide as any film is likely to have been stored in a fairly cool drawer in the UK.

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It is also ferrania, but just FG colour, not colour plus. Ferrania on Ferrania – Ciao Italia! Neither the wrapper or the film cannister offered any clues beyond the fact it was made in the EU and was asa. This ten year rule is affected by other factors such as how the film was stored and speed faster the film the quicker the deterioration in film speed.

For each 10 years after a film hits expiry most folk suggest dropping the speed by one stop so ASA film that expired in usually shoots at asa. Yeah thanks, I was really happy with the results Like Like. I had taken a decision to shoot this film and camera combination as I predominately shoot 35mm focal length equivalents.

I was intrigued to try these as I have not really dabbled in using expired film. Definitely Ferrania film given red dot in edge strips.

Shooting with expired film. Tru Print edition.

Watch out for the rated ASA rolls. I do like the saturated color in these photos, though. Notify me of new posts by email. It is assumed to have been made by Ferrania, the once mighty Italian film manufacturer and before it closed part of the 3M empire.

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