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Herman Abdullah
09-13-2007, 00:41
Goshh...the foto kiosk called and told me that their machine could not develop this neopan 400 fujifilm i gave them..

now what...:( no wonder it was so cheap when i bought them..5 of those..:bang:

and my black beetle is in there..

http://www.fujifilmusa.com/JSP/fuji/epartners/prophoto/images/film/Neopan_400.gif
Fujifilm Neopan 400 Professional film is a black & white film capable of attaining superior image results from high-speed film characteristics.

http://www.fujifilmusa.com/JSP/fuji/epartners/prophoto/images/prod_bullet.gifHigh-speed black and white film with superior image quality.http://www.fujifilmusa.com/JSP/fuji/epartners/prophoto/images/prod_bullet.gifPush processing capability to EI 1600.http://www.fujifilmusa.com/JSP/fuji/epartners/prophoto/images/prod_bullet.gifAvailable in 35mm and 120 formats.http://www.fujifilmusa.com/JSP/fuji/epartners/prophoto/images/prod_bullet.gifExtremely fine grain, excellent sharpness.

they should add this = manually develop only..

alansoon
09-13-2007, 01:01
Exactly. Find a proper lab that would do it. Where are you located?

Or, if B&W is something you care about going forward, you may want to learn how to process them yourself. It's not too difficult.

Herman Abdullah
09-13-2007, 01:34
yeah..maybe it's time to go forward with the chemicals, it would be very intresting now.

and, a pro guiding hand and assistance from this forum would be much appreciated, but not until i find the lab that can develop it for now.

St.Ephen
09-13-2007, 05:27
Herman, i had a similar incident recently.

I went to a semi-pro lab, quite specifically and painstakingly asking in Japanese if they could do b&w. A *week* later i had a call saying they can't do them because they're b&w. It made me go to Tokyo to buy chemicals, tank, clips etc and get involved in the process of my photographs again. I haven't regretted it.

angrylittleboy
09-13-2007, 13:22
It's hard nowadays finding labs which develop B&W, regardless if it's Neopan, Tri-X or T-Max. Take a look around for a lab which develops B&W film or, as suggested, develop them yourself. If you want to see your photos in a hurry, use Kodak BW400CN next time :)

jamesj
09-13-2007, 13:45
i just shot a roll of this like a month ago and man i fell in love with this film its worth the couple of more bucks.

rich815
09-13-2007, 14:49
Be happy it was so cheap when you bought them, but no, it was not cheap because it's a B&W film and cannot be developed at a C-41 lab. It's an awesome film. Look around a bit more, standard B&W is very easy to develop and it's likely someone can do it.