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Julien Fallecker

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  1. In a participative lab with a spire but no lomo tank . Why ?
  2. in the lab where I am we devellope with C4 and indeed I look we can develloper negatives too
  3. I knew that the UN 54 could be developed in both ways but you are sure that I can do the same with the N74, I have not found anything on Orwo or on the internet. According to you if I develop it in invertible how many ASA should I use it?
  4. thank you but this recipe is for the reversal film UN54 while I asked for the N74 which is a negative film. but I keep it because I have some too.
  5. do you think the d76 is a good idea or should I use something else?
  6. hello, I would like to have your advice to develop the N74 400 asa in super 8 not with the D96 but rather the d76 or other photo developer ... thank you !
  7. What amazes me is that I read on forums that it was going to be read at 250 ASA. To know I looked at the aperture with the vacuum camera and with the 500t cartridge and I have the same result (with the filter removed) is this a good way to know?
  8. Hi I have a canon 814 autozoom electronic and i would like to know if my camera will read a vision3, 500t as 400 asa or 250 asa ? Thank you
  9. I have another question, if I use a filter Wratten 85 or 80, I have to change the asa of the camera or just leave like that since there is a loss of aperture of the measurement TTL
  10. For my first short film I filmed with a Yashica which opened to f1,2 like my Bauer and it was of the 200t ... Indeed I should test numerical first to give me an idea but my Olympus omd em5 only opens f3.5 so I could hardly compare.
  11. Hello I have a question about my camera and the indoor shooting with a film kahl NC 21. So 100 ASA. I took it to be able to film inside and outside ... The worry is that I noticed that my camera displays a very open diaphragm compared to a hand cell (basically instead of the theoretical 1/30 camera I have to read 1/125 on the cell) so I need a lot of light to get out of the sub-exposure area of ​​the camera. I do not know if I make myself understood but I wanted to know if I really have to enormously illuminate or if I did not make the diaph of the camera and the result will be correct with a normal light for 1/30. And also in passing if you can give me your opinion on this film.
  12. I thank you I will listen to your advice and I have a friend who used the same film and advised me to expose it to 25 ASA.
  13. Hi and still sorry for the translation ... I bought a film Plus X 16 mm dated 40 years (50 asa) and I wanted to know how much of asa should I expose it. If you can give me your opinion. Thank you...
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