Reg :- Kodak Pro 1000 PMZ 120 format film

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abhishek@1985

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Hi friends,

I have received around 10-15 rolls of 120 medium format Kodak Pro 1000 PMZ . However, I can understand that its an expired film and is not used anymore. But can someone provide me pointers on how the film is ? Can this be used for portraiture especially female .. What speed I should be rating it while shooting the portraits.

Any information on the film will be greatly admired and appreciated :smile:
 

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Have you seen this datasheet, which indicates it is at least 16 years old?: http://www.kodak.com/global/en/professional/support/techPubs/e182/e182.pdf

Generally, the higher the speed, the poorer the performance when it is long expired.

I would expect that it would have been poorly suited to most portraiture even when it was current (high speed film and portraits is an unusual combination).

I never used it though, so you may want to wait to hear from someone who did use it.
 
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