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Old 12-28-2013   #1
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Adding Film to Gallery List

Didn't want to hijack the corresponding lens thread; thus I started this new one. @Doug: Would you stick this one too?

Looking through the gallery film DB I didn't find any APS film types and I also miss some 135 film types I used. In the old gallery I added the film tags manually: Here we need a moderator's help. Maybe others are missing additional special film types too?

Here is the list of my film roll DB with types I need in the gallery to tag properly my uploads. Thank you in advance.

(Please use Fuji or Fujifilm as brand, whatever makes more sense to keep the film entries homogeneous)

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Brand		Type			nominal ISO

240 format film:

Kodak		Advantix			200
Fujifilm	Fujicolor nexia A		200
AGFA		Futura II			200
AGFA		Futura II			400
Kodak		Advantix Ultra			200
AGFA		Futura				400
Kodak		APS				200
Kodak		APS				100
AGFA		APS star			200
Kodak		Advantix Black & White+		400
Fujifilm	nexia D				100

135 format film:

Fujifilm	Fujicolor C			100
Fujifilm	Fujicolor C			200
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Thanks for the suggestion and your list. I've done some digging online and added a bunch of APS films, trying to be a little general. I lumped Futura and Futura II together, and I believe all Kodak APS films carried the Advantix name. I also put in Polaroid, Ferrania, and Konica APS films, so that should be fairly well covered now I think.

Certainly open to corrections and additions of any films of any formats.
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It is a good idea to melt the many similar types down to a common name.
Thanks for updating.
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Hi Doug, is Panatomic-X somewhere in the film list? Couldn't see it, but that might be male pattern blindness!
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Ok, Lynn, thanks; we now have Panatomic-X in the film list. There is disagreement over the rated speed. Some note that it was ASA 32, but when I used it in the late 1960s the box speed was certainly 40. I see that it was discontinued in about 1987 so there was time for change!
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