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Expired (12/2003) black and white slide film – "an "instant" transparency system for still photography. The unexposed 35mm films came with their own processing pack. The films were processed within a dedicated, hand-powered, mechanical-cranked processing machine called an "AutoProcessor", into which an exposed film and its processing pack had to be loaded. The time to get from an exposed undeveloped film to a fully developed film ready for mounting varied from between two and five minutes, depending on the type of film." source: wikipedia.orgThis photo was shot on film. Taken by ck_berlin with a Lomo LC-Wide (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Polaroid Polapan 125 (35) film in Berlin, Germany. These tags describe this photo: berlin, christian kretke, polaroid autoprocessor, polaroid, home developed, raw, grainy, expired, wide, testroll, polapan, slide film, diafilm, schwarzweiß, black and white, s/w, b/w, and instant slide film. Date: 2012-05. This photo can also be found in the album LC-Wide | Polaroid Polapan | miscellaneous .
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