Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/11/14

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Subject: Re: [Leica] TMZ question
From: "animal" <>
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 15:30:54 +0100
References: <> <001a01c28bda$59b17a50$388a8418@symkeehx5nw8g8> <002101c28be6$f540d180$>

Ok thanks for the advice .I use it at high altitude too so radiation ismore
Didnt think of that.
best regards
simon jessurun
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From: "Ted Grant" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, November 14, 2002 3:05 PM
Subject: Re: [Leica] TMZ question

> simon jessurun wrote:
> >>> Hello ,what is more effective pulling 3200 (tmz) twice or pushing 400
> once?
> > The reason i ask is that i have a lot of 3200 but no real need for it
> i
> > could use it at 800.<<<
> Hi Simon,
> My only comment is, if you have as you say.....>> i have a lot of 3200 but
> no real need for it <<<<
> Whatever ASA you use it at I'd be burning it up as quickly as I could
> because keeping that film around for any length of time, whether frozen
> solid or not it's deteriorating like an out of control wild fire.
> It's the effects of the planet's normal radiation exposing it no matter
> where you keep it, other than probably a lead box, that you'll find a
> fogging effect through every roll.
> If you buy and use right away one doesn't find the effect, however keep it
> around any length of time and it begins to appear and gets worse over
> Just an observation from using it over the years. I gave up buying it and
> now use neopan 1600 .
> ted
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