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Subject: [Leica] Tmax 3200 (att: Bill)
From: s.dimitrov at (Slobodan Dimitrov)
Date: Fri Feb 18 06:27:13 2005
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Have you tried hydrogen peroxide vapors?
S. Dimitrov

On Feb 18, 2005, at 2:32 AM, Daniel Ridings wrote:

> Hi again Bill,
> I didn't go up to 6400 in my test and I don't think I will. 3200 looks
> about like as far as I want to go.
> Nothing is art, this is just a test roll shot around the house and at 
> the
> office yesterday.
> The one of my son by a window illustrates why I'd like to have good
> framelines for the 40mm Summicron. All the others are with the 50 and
> close to wide open (2.8 at the most).
> I've printed out a couple just to see how they look on print. Not bad,
> particularly if you don't have a choice.
> I'll be giving it a try this week-end. If I get a chance, I'll run 
> another
> roll through today and develop in Xtol. All of these in the folder now
> have been processed with HC110 according to Kodak's recommendations.
> Best,
> Daniel
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