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ISO on Black & White film

Leonard62

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Mon 28-Nov-11 11:40 PM | edited Mon 28-Nov-11 11:42 PM by Leonard62

Are you sure the film isn't coded. I just pulled a roll of Ilford Delta 100 from the freezer and checked. It is coded and it is made in England. And Kodak has been coding their film for years. It's hard to believe they wouldn't just for the UK.

Len

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A general, generic topic ISO on Black & White film [View all] , norgas , Sat 02-Jul-11 03:20 PM
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