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Leonard Migliore
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Re: sure you can

canonagain123 wrote:

brianric wrote:

carl english wrote:

Agree with OP apart from the ISO, you could vary ISO with film, just meant a bit more work in Dark room.

Could you work with different ISO on the same roll of film?

but only if you process the film yourself. see my other post: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/52975629

of course you'll process the film yourself if you want the most out of it, but since this isn't obvious to soem people it seems fair to mention it.

I would never cut a roll of film so I could process different parts of it differently. It makes more sense to just rewind and put in another roll. Less opportunity for disaster in the darkroom.

Another issue is that I always settled on a particular developer and processing time for whatever films I was using so I would not, for example, push Pan X to ASA 400. If I needed such a high ASA, I'd rewind the Pan X and put in a roll of the hated Tri-X.

This is, of course, not a problem with large format.

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