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    Re: Hello from Australia

    Quote Originally Posted by Rainymac View Post
    Film unknown.
    here you have the notches ID for kodak sheets and other:

    https://static1.squarespace.com/stat...Code+Index.pdf

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notch_code


    If it is BW and you think that the film is long expired you may consider to develop it in HC-110 Dilution B, because it's a low fog developer.

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    Re: Hello from Australia

    Hi Gary, thank you. Although it's going to be a steep learning curve I expect it to be a lot of fun. I'll spend time with one lens to become comfortable with the processes, taking it slowly. If you're in Sydney anytime with time for a chat, let me know. Cheers, Lorraine

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    Re: Hello from Australia

    Quote Originally Posted by Pere Casals View Post


    If it is BW and you think that the film is long expired you may consider to develop it in HC-110 Dilution B, because it's a low fog developer.
    Thanks for the advice Pere. Cheers, Lorraine

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    Re: Hello from Australia

    Quote Originally Posted by Rainymac View Post
    Hi Lachlan, nice to meet another Aussie here. I imagine there are not too many of us though!
    Quite a few in the LF areana; far fewer of us in the ULF!!
    Lachlan.

    You miss 100% of the shots you never take. -- Wayne Gretzky

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    Re: Hello from Australia

    Well Lachlan, I took a look at one of your threads and OMG I understand why your name has the suffix 717! Extraordinary images. Guess my eagerly awaited 4x5, which I assume is AKA 45, is the baby of the pack. The panorama is a beautiful format but it's doing my head in as my brain computes the cost of these ultra large cameras, film, and lenses. I can understand why there would be so few ULF photographers! I look forward to seeing more of your work in future post. cheers, Lorraine

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