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Old 03-30-2008   #51
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Hi James, I see we both are helping keeping our film dreams alive! I am out the door in five minutes to do some landscape FILM style!

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OK guys, let's see some shots.
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Old 03-30-2008   #53
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I have to admit I no longer have a scanner for slide film. I really need one that is cheap. I have a scanner but it can only scan prints and the quality is fairly low. I would even settle for a scanner that scans one slide at a time as I would not scan to many. I will have CD's made when I develope the BW film and will post those.

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love that acros. i use it all the time in my rolleiflex
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Old 04-13-2008   #55
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Well i developed my first roll of film at home T-Max100 it turned out better than i thought it would.I made one mistake that i didn't find out till i went to Blacks to get a couple prints and all pics scanned to a disc. They wanted over $20 just to scan them because i already cut the negs if i would have left it in a roll it would have only been a couple bucks.Now they tell me!!!


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