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Has Anyone used 0.8 ISO Direct Positive (BW slides)?

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I have a few rolls, D76 developer and F2.  The BW projected slide seems awesome...anyone shooting this?

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Hello Ambro51,

Do yo have any information about this film such as manufacturer, etc?

Is it possible to show a photo of those 12 magical boxes on the side of the film cartridge with the little "nubbin" at the bottom end of the film cartridge included in the photo also?

Best Regards,

Michael

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On 3/19/2019 at 11:42 PM, Michael Geschlecht said:

Do yo have any information about this film such as manufacturer, etc?

Svema Super Positive Film?

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5 hours ago, Nick_S said:

Svema Super Positive Film?

Hello Nick,

Thanx for the manufacturer.

Any chance of seeing the 12 "magical boxes" along with the little "nubbin" at the end of the film cartridge?

Best Regards,

Michael

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I have a roll loaded in a Stereo Realist and plan to shoot it soon.   It looks to be 5 stops slower than 25.   This will be a tripod and cable release operation.  The camera is spot on at 1 second,  this should allow small aperature needed.   Interested to see how this fine grain BW film looks  as stereo slides.

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On 4/4/2019 at 11:54 AM, Bobitybob said:

Presumably you want to use this in one of your Leica cameras but if not this may be of interest https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/5x-B-W-SLIDE-35mm-slide-film-Standard-processing-Kodak-2468-lomo-holga-120/113569524037?hash=item1a71456945:g:P~cAAOSwwPhWlWaR.

 

Regards

Hello Bob,

It looks like there are no magical boxes. Too bad.

The magical boxes can sometimes tell you additional information about the film in the film cartridge in your hand.

1 hour ago, Ambro51 said:

I have a roll loaded in a Stereo Realist and plan to shoot it soon.   It looks to be 5 stops slower than 25.   This will be a tripod and cable release operation.  The camera is spot on at 1 second,  this should allow small aperature needed.   Interested to see how this fine grain BW film looks  as stereo slides.

Hello Ambro51,

It would be helpful at this point if you had a Calculite XP to meter with.

Best Regards Both,

Michael

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I think the best method is bracketing a few exposures and going from there.  Most likely a slight under exposure will make for the best transparency.  

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On 4/4/2019 at 10:54 AM, Bobitybob said:

This may also be of interest: a super-fine grained film to make transparencies from negatives using one of Leitz inexpensive accessories. I used such in the Sixties with Dektol paper print chemistry under print-safe light. It also worked well under a contact printer.

Search for Kodak 5302.

I do not know what it costs today but in my time it was less than $3 USD for a 50' roll.

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On 4/16/2019 at 10:25 PM, pico said:

This may also be of interest: a super-fine grained film to make transparencies from negatives using one of Leitz inexpensive accessories. I used such in the Sixties with Dektol paper print chemistry under print-safe light. It also worked well under a contact printer.

Search for Kodak 5302.

I do not know what it costs today but in my time it was less than $3 USD for a 50' roll.

$49.95 for 100’...

http://www.ultrafineonline.com/ko53figrpore1.html 

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