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Hi everyone, Like several people here, I bet you end up with white a bit of shortends after each shoot. Shortends that barely can make it to the next project. And when I do I keep it and respool it into some old 35mm canisters for shooting stills for my hobby. Problem is, I have used Little Film Lab in Menlo park to develop the film. While they may be great people, their C-41 process of doing it tends to ruin the colours a little. The vision3 I shoot for moving image looksa lot better. And recently I have acquired some Vision3 65mm to be used with my medium format. Problem is, I am looking for a new place to develop these to get the best colours. Does any lab let you develop this low amounts? What if I send it in on a core, does it help? C
I am seeking some advice/input on the possibility of developing Super 8 Tri X film at home using the Caffenol C-H recipe. I am experienced in developing 35mm Tri-X Negative film (for still photos) using this recipe and have gotten results that I am happy with. I am looking to shoot some Tri-X Super 8 film which I know is reversal. Say I am only looking to get a negative, would my same process (wash, dev, stop, fix, rinse, wash, dry) for still 35mm Tri X work with Super 8? Will I get a useable negative? Could I stuff the film into my 20 oz developing tank that I use for my 35mm rolls? Or would I need to buy something a bit bigger? Thanks.