Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2001/11/25

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Subject: Re: [Leica] noctilux halloween images
From: Guy Bennett <>
Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2001 21:43:22 -0800


I enjoyed your Halloween photos *and* your audacity: shooting Delta 3200
rated at 6400 with the Noctilux at 1.0! That has got the be the world photo
speed record, on Halloween at least.

A technical question: what time/temp did you give the film when you souped
it? Have you ever used the Delta/Xtol combo with the film rated at 3200? If
so, what were your time/temp there?



>the banter on the LUG regarding the full moon this halloween
>inspired me to try some available light trick-or-treat images.
>the moon might have been full, but it was behind a lot of cloud
>cover, at least here in northern NJ.  so it was available
>porchlights and streetlights.
>anyway, here's an M6, Noctilux, Delta 3200 exposed at 6400
>and processed in Xtol (1+3), and a couple of trick-or-treating
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