Problems with Pan-Film

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Problems with Pan-Film

Post by eriney8 »

I just developed 6 rolls of Plux-125 120 film, and only the first one came out with images on it. This roll is about two years older than the rest of the rolls I shot, and I developed it in T-MAX 1:4 for 5.5 minutes. I deveoped two of the other rolls the eact same way, and each came out looking as though it had not been exposed. I then tried various methods and deveolpers for the last three rolls, but all ended up with the same effect. I am not new to my camera, or plus-x film, and am totally clueless as to why this happened.

Any suggestions? Does this have to do with the fact the other rolls are brand-new?

PS - I have had this probelm with a roll of tech-pan film too.

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Post by tornredcarpet »

Mind describing the condition of the negs?
What exactly do you see on the negs?
Is there the text "Kodak" and "PX-125" on it?

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