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Jeremy Saint-Peyre

Unknown exposed film stock in reloadable cartridge i want to process

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I recently bought 8 lomo relodable cartridge from Ukraine, and thoses acts as 64T/40D.

One of them as a full film on the exposed side, and i want to process it !

Any advice on how to proceed ? I'll first cut a short strip to test it...



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Your starting point is that the emulsion side of unexposed b/w stock is usually greyish or blue-grey. Colour stock is usually some variation on buff, dull yellow or brown.


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