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Vintage Camera Images.

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Kelly Mercer, Aug 27, 2022.

  1. Kelly Mercer

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    Anyone still using film?

    I have a small collection of vintage 35mm/120mm cameras I am currently testing.

    Just finished a roll of Ilford B&W on this one.


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    I've got a roll of Illford perpetually in the fridge. Why? I honestly have no idea where I can get it developed these days (I have zero desire to buy chemicals).

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  3. Kelly Mercer

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    We are lucky here in Halifax, a couple places still develop film.

    I just ordered the two step C-41 Cinestill chemicals on EBay.

    I prefer to do my own b&w film development.
     
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    Kodak Gold 200 and Pentax 105R camera.
     
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