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  1. I have some questions regarding at home Spiral Tank processing. I have been mixing 2 litres of chemistry for 100' rolls of color reversal(ORWO/Svema & Kodak E-6) and, just recently, color negative(ECN-2) 16mm film. After running the first devloper, the solution is sometimes black and seems to effect the image of the bottom 50' layer of film (dark and muddy). Should I only run 50' at a time at the top spiral? Should agitation be constant to mix chemistry, or maybe try to filter the developer before running the other 50'? You advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  2. First video- review in Russian and test to black and white film stock Svema M3-3. Film made in Ukranine in 2003. I with friends in Russia was tasted old France 35 mm movie camera, Andre Debrie Le Parvo model L, 1930s. I make video with Debrie Parvo camera on 35 mm film, film stocks test scan full HD and backstage you can see. English subtitles included! Enjoy!
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