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    Question Kodak SO-132

    Hello

    Tried search (and Google) already but didn't find answer, so what kind of starting point of ISO would be good with this film. Kodak only states that it is very slow.
    My idea is shoot it with Graflex (I know it is originally designed for duplicating).

    Thanks in advance
    Tero

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    Re: Kodak SO-132

    I currently use Kodak SO-277 Low Contrast Aerial Duplicating Film and the exposure index has worked out to be around 1.5. I've also used Kodak 2421 Aerographic Duplicating Film whose EI is around 3. If yours is anything like mine, I would start somewhere in the ISO 1-3 range and see what you get. Good luck!

    Jonathan

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    Re: Kodak SO-132

    hi tero

    SO-132 is single step duplicating film.
    it is S-L-O-W like azo paper.
    i think when i did my paper iso tests
    it was 7 stops slower than iso 6 ...

    have fun !

    john

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    Re: Kodak SO-132

    Thank you Jonathan & John.
    This helps a lot!

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