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If that is all at ƒ4, then you are on to something. Do you plan to have it scanned? That way you could see the grain and sharpness. How did it look projected?

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A video of it projected was made. It looked gray. I like more contrast, like the lighter shot of my son, but it was too light. 1/3 stop overexposure may do the trick, longer developing could be tried. Or printing could be tweaked. But, I'm happy to get f4 with greater depth of focus. At least I'm in the ball park. Scanning is too expensive, more film is better.

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