UP64C Reversal film

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    Where can I get this developed? It's a 64 speed B&W reversal film.
     
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    http://www.dr5.com/

    That's the standard B+W reversal process. I don't know the film though. You could do it yourself or send it to them.

    Where exactly did you find said film?
     
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    I got it with a bunch of expired tmax 3200
     
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    Its a Maco film that is probably not made anymore as its not listed on the website.

    Its mentioned on the Digitaltruth Massively Huge Dev Chart

    So its either DIY as above for negatives, Use a reversal kit, or put it out to DR5. As its an older film, DR5 may be a bit cautious about running it through the process, as they recommend on the website that the best results come from film stock that is as fresh as possible. I'm sure Dave Wood can either advise on here, (He's a regular) or contact the company direct (Contact details on the website)
     
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    UP64C = Efke 50 emulsion on clear polyester layer. It's a former Maco film before 2003.

    Best regards,

    Robert
     
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