Agfa Scala..

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    amazing film. if you haven't heard of it, it's black and white positive film. the only film of it's kind. i've seen a few ebay sales of it and it's been selling for eighty bucks and up for ten rolls. not bad when you think about it. i have one roll of 35mm and one 120 roll. i keep them in the freezer waiting for the right time and subject to shoot with them. i see there are a few good looking labs to send them to once they're exposed. has anyone sent out any Scala to be processed at these labs? i would like to know how they came out and how fast the turn around time was. also, if the price was good..
     
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    I have one roll but hesitate to shoot it b/c I don't know of a reliable lab that ca still process Scala. Let me know, if you may, what labs do this kind of processing. Thanks.
     
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    Oddly enough, it isn't the only one of its kind. In fact, Kodak makes an entire set of chemicals for processing TMax as bw positive.
     
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    I was just about to post this. I'm really interested in giving it a try.
     
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    It’s basically B&W movie film. Fomapan R comes in both 8mm & 35mm Freestyle has it for sale.
    Also I have tried Agfa Scala IMO it is a very good film, but I did not think it was that much better than other films
     
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    interesting...
     

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