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I got good results of this batch of 1978 outdated Ilford Pan F 120 when I used it some years ago -- a few weeks ago went to London to view the Poppies with my 2002 Hasselblad loaded with the last roll I found in my fridge and processed in 'MK 35 Formula ' 1+5 a ' Beutler Single Solution concentrate' for 7 mins at 20Oc and found negatives had black spots which are white on a positive as though emulsion had been attacked by Fungus OR it may be the backing Paper Ilford used ?
I have some later Pan F in black boxes dated 1984 and 2002 so wanted to finish this batch first.
Date: Tue, 30, December, 2014 Views: 1874
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Keywords: Pan F 'spots'
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford Pan F 120
Film developer & temp:: MK35 1+5 @ 20oC
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 80mm Zeis Planar T*+ light RED filter
Tripod used Y/N:: n
Paper:: neg scan

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skellum

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Tue, 30, December, 2014 10:58pm

Pete, love your stuff. You'll also find no greater advocate than me for PanF, God's Wonder Film.
However- I'm not sure I'd shoot any film made while I was still teenager. 1978 was a good time to be alive- but if your wondering what time might have done to your film check out Debbie Harry.
I have a suspicion that 120 survives less well than 35mm. I recovered some very old (1978-1980) rolls of forgotten PanF from my parents home and developed them.
Hopeless.
It looked as if the latent image had become mottled, or spotty, through contact with the backing paper.
135, being rolled film-against-film seems to escape this.


p.s. Sapele is a large African tree. Who'd have guessed?
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Wed, 31, December, 2014 11:05am

Ha Ha ! Great reply -- usually I 'Get Away With It' but not this time! Just thought it would be of interest to members.

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Computerised and Slightly DIGITISED but FILM still RULES with ME !
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Wed, 31, December, 2014 8:27pm

I can't help with the problem, Pete but I have a question. Is it just my screen or does the middle skyscraper look distorted? It looks as if it bulges from the middle upwards and leans towards the water?


Nothing else looks strange


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Wed, 31, December, 2014 10:44pm

http://cdn.all4women.co.za/var/all4women/storage/images/media2/images/20-fenchurch-street-skyscraper-1/1864472-1-eng-GB/20-fenchurch-street-skyscraper-1_detail.jpg


They made it like that!


I think this might be the building which acted as a parabolic mirror, focussing the sun and melting a couple of cars.
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Thu, 1, January, 2015 12:30am

Thanks, Skellum. I had no idea. Looks like its dedicated to a "Say No To LSD" campaign.


On another forum recently on the topic of drugs, someone said that his brother took LSD in the late 60s in San Francisco and he still thought he was a banana. The quip just stuck with me


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