Exposure Series - Kodak EPR 64
This film is expired in the early 80's and not easy to handle. However, I still have a few dozen rolls of it in the freezer and I need the correct exposure time for this film. The EPR has a film speed of ISO 64. I measured with ISO 50 and than I exposed with the correct aperture, one and two stop over. The best results are with ISO 50 plus one aperture/stop. Next I try to develope one of this films as E6.Taken by ck_berlin with a Kiev 60 loaded with KODAK EPR 120 film in Berlin, Germany. These tags describe this photo: exposure series, testfilm, tesroll, expired, very expired, home developed, christian kretke, old film, summer, sommer, sunny, and cross. Date: 2012-07. This photo can also be found in the album Kiev 60 | Kodak EPR 64 | Exposure Series.
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