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Dead film (literally)
on March 21, 2011
First of all its not one that shown on picture. Its white boxed PanF.
Secondly - all four rolls were stone dead. As in - clear film. Meaning that they were stored improperly - overfrozen or overheated, so emultion lost its ability to respond to light. Considering that at the same time , using same chemicals i got through at least 10 rolls of Kodak TMAX and Fuji ACROS, i'd say its a pretty safe bet, that culpit was in fact that film. Which is pity - Ilford was always my preferred choice in B&W. So while film is good.. getting it like that and here - might be issue.